Facebook Gaming appears to be less efficient than Meta’s Twitch alternative. Currently, Amazon Inc.’s streaming platform is one of the most popular tools used by popular gaming streamers because gaming streaming generates so much revenue, Mark Zuckerberg’s company decided to launch its own gaming platform. In order to compete with Twitch, Meta launched Facebook Gaming in 2018.
Online influencers in Facebook Gaming can share their favorite games while narrating their experience, just like they can on Amazon’s streaming platform.
According to a recent report, fake gaming streamers have infested Facebook Gaming. Several users shared their negative experiences on the platform while watching and streaming games. The problem with Facebook Gaming demonstrates that Meta is now struggling to attract new customers and retain existing ones.
In the first quarter of 2021, Facebook lost a significant number of daily users. As a result, its market value has dropped by one-third. Right now, Mark Zuckerberg and his team are attempting to reclaim the public’s trust. Facebook Reels, a feature similar to TikTok, is one of their most recent efforts.
Another problem with Facebook Gaming was reported by LiveMint. Aside from phony gaming streamers, the massive platform now features videos that aren’t even about video games.
Chiropractic videos, as well as some double-decker airplanes, are among the most popular items on the streaming platform.
Other strange videos can also be found on Meta’s gaming platform. On Facebook Gaming, live streams about diet pills and foot callus removal kits are also popular.
The fact that they use captions like “Playing Grand Theft Auto V,” “League of Legends Highlights,” and other unrelated gaming captions sets them apart. In other news, Russia has blocked Meta’s Facebook Fact Check to some extent. Meanwhile, Meta researchers claim that Facebook and other online platforms are isolating people.