For all those who are looking for an ultimate platform for socialising and playing some exciting games, Fluxr by Live.me.Inc could be the answer
Mobile gaming craze is at its peak and everybody from teenagers to those in their early 30s, is in a race to beat others in these games. The recently launched Fluxr is taking the madness for games to another level.
Fluxr is a live streaming game platform with cutting-edge live video quality, diverse game content, and a friendly gaming community. Created by Live.me.Inc, India’s first live social engagement and entertainment platform, Fluxr is the latest entrant on PlayStore in the live game streaming category.
The app is not just for playing games. It also acts as a social network and allows users aged above 16 to connect with new friends and broadcasters from all over the world via direct messaging and comments. Besides, they can watch and stream games together. Users can go live with a single tap, post comments, like and send digital gifts and coins to their friends. Streamers can earn money through the app’s virtual gifting mechanism, allowing fans to reward their favourite gamers with virtual gifts that carry actual cash value.
The app is optimised for a mobile-first viewing and streaming experience. If you’re looking to get into an adrenaline-pumping experience and immerse in a high-speed world of non-stop action, then Fluxr offers exactly the kind of games you are looking for! Here, you can play PUBG Mobile, the hottest multiplayer mobile game trending in the world. Some of the other games available on Fluxr currently are Fortnite, Rules of Survival, Arena of Valor, League of Legends, Minecraft, CS:GO, GTA5, DOTA2, Call Of Duty and Clash Royale.
The app can be accessed for free and is extremely easy to set up. While PC and console gaming is supported on the app, Fluxr primarily focuses on mobile gaming, so that you can play it while you are on the go. To take gaming experience a few notches higher, Fluxr is soon planning to form its own e-sports league and host online and offline tournaments in the USA and Southeast Asia.