The new Facebook service - Fb.gg, which aims popular Twitch lets you quickly discover live and prerecorded video game streams to watch. Plus, Facebook also today announced plans to release a brand-new program created budding video game streamers build an audience and earn money on the platform.
There, "people will have the ability to find video games based on developers and video games they follow, Pages they like, and Groups they belong to," Facebook Gaming Creator Program Lead John Imah and Program Manager Nick Miller wrote in a Thursday article. "We'll also feature developers, esports competitions and content from video gaming industry events."
The social media network also today announced plans to release a brand-new program created budding video game streamers build an audience and earn money on the platform. Dubbed Level Up, the program is slated to release "in the coming months."
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"We'll begin sending out invitations and onboarding Level Up members in waves and plan to open up to video gaming developers worldwide in the next couple of months," Imah and Miller wrote.