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Facebook rolled out its Instant Games platform previous year to developers so they could create gaming activities for Messenger and the platform's News Feed.

The platform now has over 70 games from more than 100 developers worldwide, including recently launches Tetris, the company said. Beginning today, however, users will be able to livestream their gaming sessions, Venturebeat reports. The broadcast will be saved to your Page or profile after it is complete.

Propelled in May this year, Facebook Messenger's Instant Games is getting redesigned with highlights like another live-gushing alternative that gives you a chance to communicate Instant Games to every one of your companions and adherents with Facebook Live. "They may not. Who knows?"

As Games on Facebooks Messenger service turns 1-year old, they've taken the wraps off some new features that will get users excited including live streaming of games, multi-player gaming in video chat and of course more games, including the game that's everywhere: Angry Birds. To start a live stream, users have to tap the camera icon located at the top right corner of the game.

Another update is the ability to game while video chatting.

Another new feature coming to Messenger will be live-streaming of games. Once chose, you can pick the crowd you need to communicate to and add a short portrayal to say something in regards to your video.

The new feature also enables users to video chat with their partner while they play a game together.

'There are over 50 Instant Games available, including Space Invaders, Track & Field 100M, Galaga and much more'. Then you simply press "Start Live Video" and the stream will start. The social media giant has started testing the feature, and will introduce only early next year. The second feature will allow Messenger users to play games with each other while video chatting. These games will be available in coming weeks.

Disney Tsum Tsum, published by LINE and launching in 2018, will bring beloved Disney characters to Messenger as players collect, connect and pop Tsum Tsum based on the popular Disney Tsum Tsum plushes.

Sonic Jump from SEGA, developed by SEGA HARDlight, will introduce a new, arcade style adventure to Messenger, featuring classic Sonic enemies, power-ups and traps as players challenge friends to see who can jump the farthest. In an official blog post, the company said, "We're so glad that people are embracing the incredible experiences game developers are building for Instant Games".