Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


Meta Reportedly Eyeing Livestreaming Platform Similar to Twitch


Meta, the parent company of Facebook, is reportedly testing a new livestreaming platform called ‘Super’ which apparently has “similar functionality to Twitch” with only a handful of influencers and creators able to test it out.

Facebook already has Facebook Gaming, which has attempted to compete with platform giants Twitch and YouTube, but has struggled to keep pace despite the high-profile signings of Disguised Toast, who has already left, and Warzone star Zack ‘ZLaner’ Lane.

This news shouldn’t come as a shock as Bloomberg reported back in 2020 that Super was aiming to be a “cameo-inspired tool” similar to FaceTime.

However, a new insider report that Super ”has become an interactive livestreaming product, with similar functionality to Twitch.”

With Facebook Gaming struggling, and with an un-imaginative approach to essential present their own version of what Twitch already has, it’s hard to imagine that Meta’s new ‘Super’ can make a mark. Meta already has to overcome a negative view of Facebook among many, thanks to a number of shady things that have popped up over the last several years.

Only time will tell if Meta’s new ‘Super’ can resonate with content creators.

You May Also Like


Esports Team, FazeClan announced that G fuel, their very first partnership of over 10-year years has come to an end. G Fuel was Faze...


From Wonder People’s Oscar Mike studio comes Super People. A free to play first and third person battle royale. Super People released in closed...


GFuel an energy-drink-based company, has been rumored that it fired seven of its partner and talent managers without warning. The employees were officially told...


Trovo Live recently announced they will be coming out of Beta on December 12th. For those not familiar with Trovo it is a live...