Facebook lets you tip game live streamers $3+

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Facebook allows users to tip creators with minimum amount of $ 3

The Facebook live is coming up with the monetization for its video game play streamers. It will be allowing the users to tip the creators with a minimum amount of $3 through the desktop site itself.

The amount that company will be keeping from these tips is termed as fans support

At the moment, the contributor of the tips is not getting any kind of the special call out or some kind of the privileges. But the Facebook Company has already communicated that it is now considering some kind of the varied options for the creators as well as the gamers.

The users can have a special kind of the emoji reaction

For example, the users can have a special kind of the emoji reaction which will be floating across its stream just as a way to thank all the fans who gave the money. The amount that the company will be keeping from these tips is termed as the fans support but nothing has been cleared out yet in this regard.

This monetization opportunity for the users came as a part of the company‘s latest gaming creator pilot program

The company further communicated that it is quite safe to assume that there is going to be the revenue sharing too. Although it is too early to assume any percentage of it still the company has already taken out 30% of the deduction from the gaming developers.

The firm is currently taking around 45% of the share of its ad revenue from people who are be placing the ad breaks in the videos

Along with that, it is currently taking around 45% of the share of its ad revenue from the people who will be placing the ad breaks in the videos. This monetization opportunity for the users came as a part of the company‘s latest gaming creator pilot program which will be starting admitting the slew of the influencers who are having the high follower counts.

The company has simply inked upon exclusive offers for the circulation of the huge sports tournaments just like the CS: GO

The company is looking for ways to pull the game streamers away from the YouTube along with the Twitch where they will be having the ad revenues, tipping as well as the subscription options too for monetization. In case Facebook becomes successful in luring in creators with its more than 2 billion plus of the user base along with the virality, new payment system, it will be able to come up with an array of the video content for all its video gaming fans. So the company has simply inked upon the exclusive offers for the circulation of the huge esports tournaments just like the CS: GO. It is something which is a highly monetizable demographic and it is watching tons of the videos. This is the reason why the company could utilize the gaming as a means to pull it to the wider content ecosystem.

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