Football SuperStar Neymar Jr Officially Signs with Facebook Gaming

Popular Football superstar Neymar Jr has officially signed with Facebook Gaming.

Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior or more commonly known as Neymar is a Brazilian professional football player. He is widely regarded as one of the best football players in the world. Neymar was ranked the third highest-paid athlete in the world by Forbes. He is also featured in sports games like FIFA and Pro Evolution Soccer.

During his free time, however, Neymar often streams CS:GO. As streaming becomes mainstream more and more celebrities are starting to stream. Neymar was often seen streaming on Twitch as it’s still the biggest streaming platform in the world. On Twitch, Neymar Jr got banned once after revealing a fellow teammates phone number Live.

But a recent announcement from Facebook Gaming let us know that the days of Neymar’s Twitch streams are over. Neymar Jr signed a deal to stream exclusively on Facebook Gaming from now on. So if you are a fan of Neymar’s Op shots in CS:GO you’ll have to watch it on Facebook.

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According to the Tweet, Neymar’s 1st live stream on Twitch is on December 17th at 11 AM PST/4PM BRT/8 PM CET. You can watch it by following the official link- https://www.facebook.com/neymarjr

Neymar also shared a video on Twitter saying that he is officially on Facebook. The translation of the Tweet reads,

“Guys, the father is officially on @FacebookGaming!

Stick with me for fun and already like my Page on Facebook. The first gameplay is tomorrow, 4pm Brasília time / 8pm Paris time. Let’s play!”

Neymar Jr’s Facebook account currently has more than 88 Million followers so there is no doubt fans all over the world will tune in to see him stream on this new platform.

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