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Facebook launches Fantasy Games in US and Canada

Thursday 2 September 2021 | 09:04 CET | News
Facebook has announced plans to enter the fantasy games market in the US and Canada with a series of free games on the Facebook app for iOS and Android. The company's Facebook Fantasy Games are described as simple prediction games that help fans enjoy sports, TV shows and pop culture content together. In a blog post, Facebook said the aim is to provide users with simpler versions of traditional fantasy sports games that are easy to play for people new to prediction games.

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Companies: Facebook
Countries: Canada / United States
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