We’re weeks away from getting our first new generation of consoles in seven years. Meanwhile, Google and Microsoft are making big plays to stream 4k games, no console required. It doesn’t seem like an ideal moment for Facebook to cut in with a new clou…
Facebook has unveiled a free-to-play cloud gaming service, which will let Facebook users immediately play and share high-quality games. The service is part of Facebook Gaming and it is in a beta test now for a limited number of users. The move takes Facebook deeper into the distribution of games, in addition to Instant Games […]
From major ad ecosystem changes to the imminent arrival of the metaverse, the gaming world is flush with change that industry folk need to pay attention to. That’s why GamesBeat, VentureBeat’s dedicated gaming channel, is excited to partner with Facebook Gaming and Facebook Audience Network to bring an important new gaming industry event to life.
A lot of factors influence why mobile game players pick up new games. The top reason is that they want to play a game in a particular genre.
Microsoft is killing Mixer and shifting the program to Facebook Gaming, the Xbox company should reevaluate its earlier plans for VR.
Despite signing a number of major streamers including Ninja and Shroud, Microsoft’s livestream platform Mixer just couldn’t break through. So starting today, Microsoft is moving all of Mixer’s content over to Facebook Gaming before Mixer gets shut down…
News comes after months of rumors—and weekend charge of top-level racism.
Microsoft said it will shut its Mixer livestreaming service on July 22 and transition its streamers and audience to Facebook Gaming.
Monument Valley maker Ustwo and Facebook are launching the Go Go Bots “strategic climbing” game on Facebook Gaming today.
Capitalizing on stay-at-home orders and lockdowns, Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) accelerated the launch of a dedicated gaming stream app.