Fb.gg is a gaming hub, allowing users to watch and stream games, and live Esport competitions.
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Facebook Steps Up Battle With Twitch, Adding New Features for Video-Game StreamersFacebook wants to entice more video-game broadcasters - and their fans - to use its platform, rolling out several features that will ratchet up competition with category pioneer Twitch. In January, Facebook launched a gaming-creator program, paying some top players to stream exclusively on Facebook.
Facebook makes it easier to find and support game streamersAt the same time, Facebook is giving new streamers more opportunities to find their footing. It's unveiling a Level Up program in the months ahead that will let newcomers earn money from viewers who buy and send virtual items in the middle of live streams. It's somewhat like Twitch's Affiliate tier -- you can still generate an income without a full-fledged partnership.
Facebook launches Fb.gg gaming video hub to compete with TwitchFacebook wants a cut of the 3+ hours per week that young adult video gamers spend watching other people play. So today it's launch Fb.gg - as in the post-competition courtesy of saying "good game" - a destination where viewers can find a collection of all the video game streaming on Facebook.
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