This week, the exclusive streaming content for the Playerunknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) has started to be broadcast on Facebook. According to the agreement between the social network management and Bluehole studio, which released the game, new streams will be shown every week.
The topic of the broadcasts will include various aspects of the game and the PUBG community. At the first stage, the studio managers will prepare exclusive content, then they plan to outsource skillful streamers. It is reported that the future authors of the video content will be chosen by the Bluehole representatives, other information is being withheld.
It is not the first such agreement for Facebook. As part of the development of the video game sector, the social network cooperates with Blizzard Entertainment, popular e-sports clubs, as well as with Nvidia, the manufacturer of GPUs and CPUs.
The multi-user survival PUBG, early access, became available only in March, but has already listed in the top 5 on the Steam and Twitch services. A full-fledged version of the game is expected at the end of the year.