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Build 7939


Go Live on Facebook and share your epic moments!

  • We've added a Streaming button to the top right of the app window. The first time you press the button, you'll be prompted to log in to Facebook and authorize Blizzard Entertainment to post on your behalf. We will never:
    • Post or share anything on your network without your permission.
    • Share your real name with anyone outside your Facebook network.
  • After that, you'll access the Streaming Control Panel, where you can customize your stream if you'd like.
  • In Settings, you can access more options for your hotkey, webcam, and audio preferences.
  • Once you launch the game of your choice, start your stream by clicking the Start Stream button, or by tapping your hotkey (default is Ctrl + F1). You'll see the Live overlay on the top left of your screen.
  • You can end your stream by pressing the hotkey again, or by clicking the Stop Stream button on the Streaming Control Panel.

Note: Streaming is not supported on Windows XP. Additionally, users with low-end systems may have problems streaming. 

Quality Settings

  • In the Streaming Settings, you can adjust the quality of your stream. The default option is set to Medium (720p, 30 FPS, 3.0 Mbps).
    Note: Higher quality settings are more demanding on your computer and internet connection.

In-Game Overlay

  • You can adjust the position of the in-game overlay (or simply disable it) in the Streaming Settings.

Webcam Settings

  • You can adjust the position of the in-game overlay (or simply disable it) in the Streaming Settings.

Audience Selection

  • You can manage the audience and visibility of each Stream using the Audience selector in the Streaming Control Panel.
  • You can post your streams to your timeline. If you manage a Facebook Page, you can post streams there, too.
  • You can adjust the maximum Audience level in your App Settings on Facebook. To modify the Audience for your stream:
    1. Visit
    2. Select Apps.
    3. Select the Blizzard Entertainment app.
    4. Adjust the App visibility and post audience. 
    5. Return to the desktop app.
    6. Close and reopen your Streaming Control Panel.
    7. Your Audience selector will be updated to reflect the available audiences for your Streams. 

Known Issues

  • Streaming is not yet available for Mac.
  • The webcam can't be used for streaming if it's in use by another application.
  • Games may experience a slightly lower frame rate while streaming.
  • Streaming on slower internet connections may interfere with streams and computer performance
  • Watching your own stream on Facebook with the capture system sounds option selected may create a sound feedback loop unless the live video is muted on Facebook.
  • Links on the Facebook login dialog do not work. If you need to reset your Facebook password, use a web browser to visit