ZeRo Announces Move to Facebook Gaming from Twitch

Nicholas Barth,

December 2, 2019 5:01 AM

The former Super Smash Bros superstar turned high-profile content creator has announced his move to Facebook Gaming.

2019 has seen plenty of high-profile moves be made when it comes to which platforms popular streamers call home. Tyler "Ninja" Belvins and Michael "shroud" Grzesiek have both made a move to Mixer from Twitch. Jack "CouRage" Dunlop now calls YouTube home when it comes to where his fans can watch him stream.

Facebook Gaming recently joined in on the fun and recently announced that it had lured away Jeremy "DisguisedToast" Wang from Twitch to stream exclusively on the social media platform. Now, Facebook Gaming had already added another star to its streaming roster in Gonzalo "ZeRo" Barrios. 

The former Super Smash Bros competitor revealed on Monday, December 2nd, that he will now be streaming exclusively on Facebook Gaming while still uploading to his YouTube channel that currently boasts 820,000 subscribers. It is not surprising to see Facebook look to recruit ZeRo to its ranks, considering the talented player has a massive audience that included a total of over 520,000 Twitch followers. Facebook will be looking for this impressive audience to migrate over to its platform to watch their favorite content creator to continue his entertaining ways. 

What are your thoughts on ZeRo leaving behind Twitch to begin the next chapter of his content creation career on Facebook Gaming? Let us know in the comments below!


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