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Facebook has launched live streaming for Messenger games, and says video chats on the platform are coming in early 2018.
The social media network released Instant Games, a platform for gaming with friends through the Messenger chat app, worldwide in May.
This means users can broadcast their gameplay to their Facebook Page or profile via Messenger.
To use Instant Games' new live stream feature, tap on the camera icon at the top right of the screen while playing.