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Call Of Antia Gets A New Released On Facebook Gaming
FunPlus and Facebook Gaming have come together to officially release Call Of Antia on the platform for everyone to play directly The match-three title has been doing well on mobile devices, and now you can experience the game through FG whether you're just playing by yourself or streaming it live for people to check out[...]
Skybound & Facebook Gaming Reveal The Walking Dead: The Last Mile
The game will launch sometime in the Summer of 2022 and will be a Facebook Gaming and Facebook Watch exclusive. Credit: Skybound Entertainment As to what the storyline will be, that really wasn't mentioned at this time All we know at the moment is that this will be an experience that will provide participants around the world with[...]
Summoners War: Sky Arena Has A Season 19 Legend Tournament Winner
Com2uS revealed this week that they have officially brought their most popular game, Summoners War: Sky Arena, over to Facebook Gaming The team didn't really elaborate a ton on the move or even did anything to mark the occasion, which is a little odd since they never do anything quiet when it comes to the[...]
Facebook Gaming Will Be Getting Pac-Man In New Partnership
Mark Zuckerberg decided to make a special announcement himself with Facebook Gaming, revealing Pac-Man is coming to the platform The exact name of the game will be called Pac-Man Community, and it will basically be a chance for you to play the game via your account, while also being able to create your own levels[...]
MY.GAMES Will Bring Mobile Cloud Games To Facebook  Gaming
Good news for Facebook Gaming as they have formed a new partnership with MY.GAMES to bring more cloud games over to the platform The platform has already had several titles released since launching cloud services last year This new partnership is designed to help bolster the library as they will be bringing several titles throughout[...]
Facebook Gaming Adds Charity Livestreaming For Gaming Creators
Facebook Gaming announced today that they have re-opened up applications for their Black Gaming Creator Program The application process does come with a few snags, as they are only taking applications from the U.S for now, and that applications will only be open until October 29th Last year the platform launched the initiative and pledged[...]
Facebook Gaming Adds Charity Livestreaming For Gaming Creators
Facebook Gaming announced this week that they have officially launched the Black Gaming Creator Program According to the social streaming division of the platform, a total of $10m (which will be spread out to $5m a year over the course of two years) will be used to support the Black gaming community and "equip the[...]
Opinion: WWE Shows Its Out-Of-Touch With Game Streaming Shutdown
In which they will, more than likely, take all of these people who have been streaming on their own and force them to do it at times they want, taking in the majority of the cash and only giving the talent a slice of what they were originally getting across Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook Gaming[...]
Microsoft Is Shutting Down Mixer & Partnering With Facebook Gaming
Say goodbye to all of those Mixer feeds as Microsoft and Facebook Gaming have announced a new partnership starting today The announcement came down on Xbox Wire this afternoon, as the company revealed that they were finally ditching their social streaming platform that was primarily running for Xbox One and PC gamers, and would be[...]
Monument Valley maker Ustwo Studios has launched Go Go Bots on Facebook Gaming.
The new instant game is available on Facebook Gaming and was created exclusively for the platform As part of Facebook's Instant Games service, Go Go Bots can be played via mobile devices and links or instant message threads without the need to download anything. Monument Valley maker Ustwo Studios has launched Go Go Bots on Facebook[...]
Facebook Gaming App Display
This week, Facebook Gaming decided to launch its own mobile gaming app on Google Play, tied directly to their livestreaming services The company made the announcement this morning, boasting that 700M+ people already play a game, watch a game, or hang out on Facebook So why not launch an app catering to those gamers? The[...]
Facebook Gaming Adds Charity Livestreaming For Gaming Creators
Facebook Gaming has launched a new set of online gaming tournaments on their system, giving players a chance to fight each other globally According to the developers, the system in place was originally designed as a tool to support live gaming events and tournaments But with the coronavirus changing the way people are doing things[...]