Facebook Launches New Video Game streaming Hub

Facebook has launched a dedicated game streaming platform in its website named Fb.gg.

The new service suggests streams based on who individual users follow, and highlights content chosen by Facebook.

This follows the launch of Facebook’s gaming creator pilot programme earlier this year, which was designed to attract more video game streamers to the website.


Popular games on the Fb.gg landing page at the moment include Fortnite, PUBG, and Mobile Legends.

The new gaming hub is attracting a large audience, with almost 3,000 people streaming Fortnite for an audience of over 200,000.

FB streaming hub will compete directly with popular platforms like Twitch and Mixer.


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  1. Oga Prof I need ur help on this…
    I buy a Google Chrome cast thinking I can watch all live TV show? So that I can abandone my dstv, but I don’t like the way it works bcoz I need to be casting from my phone or laptop which is not cool I need something that I can watch directly on my TV and also most importantly Live TV show.

    A friend of mine advice me to get one of this… smart TV, PS4, Xbox one or Roku TV? Please I need ur advise on this which one will serve me better & I was told that Roku TV is not possible to get it in Nigeria.


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