Facebook Launches Beta Version of Gaming Hub on Android Devices

Facebook has launched the gaming platform a few months ago to compete with Twitch. Initially, it was available only on the desktop. Now Facebook Launches Beta Version of Gaming Hub on Android Devices. Fb.gg allows gamers to stream and watch videos on Facebook rather than YouTube or Twitch, and the platform is now coming to mobile.

Facebook Launches Beta Version of Gaming Hub on Android Devices

Currently, the beta version on Android devices is available in the Philippines only. According to Facebook, the standalone gaming app comes with a limited set of features. However, when this gaming hub will be officially launched, it will come with many other features.

You can activate live streaming by clicking on the new camera icon on the top of Messenger game. Moreover, One can easily live stream the game that you are playing on Facebook page or profile. There will be an option to turn on the front screen camera. This recording can also be saved on your phone.

Previously, Facebook Revealed its Gameroom Windows Desktop Gaming Platform. After months of name variations, beta tests and dev solicitation, Facebook opened up the beta form for all developers. And officially named it Gameroom. The app is available for users to download on Windows 7 and up.

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger who focuses on providing the latest information regarding the innovations happening in the IT world. She likes reading, photography, travelling and exploring nature.
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