Facebook will host a live streaming event in 2021 that will feature “the best players in the world” in the “world cup” of online multiplayer tournaments.
The “world championship” will be a combination of “live streaming” and “tournaments on Facebook Live” in which players compete against each other and against each game in the top-ranked world teams in the same tournament.
Facebook says the event will be streamed on Facebook and will be hosted by Mark Zuckerberg.
In an announcement that the company made Wednesday, the company also confirmed that the “premier” Facebook event, which will be held at the Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, California, will be called “World Cup.”
The event will “feature top-level professional teams, the best players from around the world and their coaches.”
Zuckerberg said in a statement that Facebook “will host an unprecedented global competition that will determine the best team in the global gaming industry.”
The world championship event is being planned for the first quarter of 2021, but the company said it expects it to be available “in the first half of 2022.”
Facebook has also confirmed the event is coming to other platforms, including YouTube.
The company said Tuesday that it will also be using the hashtag “WorldCup” for the event.
It is not clear whether Facebook will also stream live the competition.
The social media giant will also host the World Cup for free, starting in 2021, on Facebook.
It also will “sponsor an additional three months of free live streaming,” according to Facebook.
The world cup event will include a live stream of the event in which top-tier teams play each other in “top-ranked” games and teams will compete against their teams’ top-ranking opponents in the other games.
The live stream will feature a team’s captain and two coaches, and the players themselves.
Facebook said the event “will also feature top-class online multiplayer game play.”
The “crowning event” will also feature “premium, on-demand premium games” and a “selection of high-quality premium live streaming games.”
The games will be available for free download on Facebook’s platform for two years.
The event is expected to have an audience of at least 100 million people and will include live games, which Facebook said it will stream for free from the “World cup” website.
Facebook is also set to launch a series of events to highlight the success of its new social network and its efforts to create more community-driven content.
The Facebook social network is already available for people to watch on computers, tablets and smartphones.