Mobile gaming is a multi-billion dollar industry and as is the case with PC and console games, people like to record videos of their gameplay or stream the action. It can be a bit time consuming to set up a mobile game stream via Twitch, harder still with Facebook Live, but it’s getting much easier today. Bluestacks has added a Facebook Live option to its Android emulator for desktop which enables users to easily stream their favorite Android games as well as apps on Facebook Live.

The Android emulator basically runs the Google OS inside your PC or Mac so it becomes very easy to fire up the Play Store and download any app or game that you want. The same emulator interface can then be used to stream the action to Facebook Live.

Facebook Live isn’t the only streaming option that’s supported by the Bluestacks Android emulator. A similar option for streaming to Twitch was added a couple of months back. It may not offer the authentic mobile experience that you can only really get on a mobile device, but it’s the next best thing.

The latest version of Bluestacks which supports streaming to Facebook Live is readily available for download on PC and Mac.

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