Facebook Gaming is receiving a lot of criticism after it was revealed that the organization established a partnership with a content creator known for broadcasting game hacks and other forms of cheating. This situation came to light when Facebook Gaming partner BeanBolt posted a tweet showing the accused cheater Hacks gaming 2 had been granted a partnership with Facebook Gaming.
In March, Facebook Gaming announced it was creating a “path to partnership” for streamers in its Level Up creators program. When selected for partnership, people received benefits like a direct line to Facebook’s support team, a private Facebook Gaming community group, partner-only invites to Facebook Gaming events, a partner badge, and more.
At this time, the Hacks gaming 2 account is no longer active on Facebook. According to Dexerto, the partnership between the company and Facebook Gaming has ended.
(All information was provided by Dexerto, The Verge, and Adweek)
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