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Facebook now lets you livestream your face as you play Messenger games

Dreamed of watching the pensive looks of your opponent on Words With Friends? Facebook's Messenger games launched a year ago, and on Thursday the company announced it was rolling out new livestreaming and video chat features. SEE ALSO: 10 things you didn't know you could do with Facebook Messenger Once you click a new camera icon on top of a Messenger game, you can livestream the game you're playing to your Facebook page or profile, with the option to turn on your screen's front camera.
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