Facebook lets you stream Messenger games and video chat

Facebookís Instant Games platform makes it possible to play titles like Pac-Man in Messenger or on your News Feed, and today itís getting some significant updates. Chief among them is a new live-streaming option that lets you broadcast any Instant game youíre playing through Facebook Live. These streams will also be recorded so you can post them to your profile afterward. Facebook also says that itís starting to test video chat for select games, so that you can see your friends while you play and even start up a new game from within a video call. The Messenger version of Words With Friends will be the first to utilize this feature early next year. One year after launch, Facebook says that Instant Games has more than 70... Continue reading…

Facebook lets you stream Messenger games and video chat

The platform now supports live streaming via Facebook Live, meaning users globally can broadcast their gameplay to their Facebook Page or profile via Messenger.

Fri 8 Dec 17 from Daily Mail

Facebook adds support for live streaming and video chats to Messenger games

 Last November, Facebook launched Instant Games, a new platform for gaming with friends inside the Messenger chat app. Today, the company is announcing a couple of notable new features ...

Thu 7 Dec 17 from TechCrunch

Facebook Live can now broadcast Messenger games

Facebook is celebrating the first year of games on Messenger by introducing new titles and a few new features, starting with the ability to livestream them to friends. If you want to ...

Thu 7 Dec 17 from Engadget

Angry Birds and Sonic will soon be playable in Facebook Messenger

Instant Games are now a year old on Messenger so Facebook is introducing some new titles from familiar franchises.

Thu 7 Dec 17 from Techradar

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