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Blizzard and Facebook Working Together to Keep Players Connected

written by Matt "Chewy" Ruppert June 6, 2016

Blizzard Entertainment has released a press release today that it is working with Facebook in order to keep friends connected. For Facebook, the collaboration aids in their commitment in supporting a “world-class entertainment experience”.

Frustrated with being unable to find your friends Battle.net information to add them on your friends? Maybe you are not even sure who among your friends even plays titles such as Overwatch, World of Warcraft, or Hearthstone. Soon, players will be able to integrate their Blizzard account to their Facebook. This will allow you to quickly sync up game time with your friends. In the press release, the company announced that this feature will begin later this month.

“This will enable players to sign up for and log in to games such as World of Warcraft®, Heroes of the Storm®, Hearthstone®, Diablo® III, StarCraft® II, and Blizzard’s most recent blockbuster release,Overwatch®, using their Facebook accounts.”

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With the collaboration between the two companies comes another exciting feature to gamers and Facebook users. The ability to stream your gameplay of your favorite Blizzard titles, right on to your Facebook for all your friends. Within the press release, it was stated that a “Go Live” feature will be added into the game so that you can stream directly to your timeline. A release date has not been announced for this feature.

“Blizzard games are best when played with friends, so it’s important to us to provide our players with features and services that make it easy and fun to share their experiences with each other”

– Gio Hunt (Executive Vice President of corporate operations at Blizzard Entertainment)

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