The Super Bowl is upon us, and the world is buzzing.
In honor of the occasion, Facebook is rolling out a brand-new live-streaming service for fans to stream the event with the help of its new social network hub, the Galaxy Social Network.
The hub allows users to create, edit, and share their own posts and comments, as well as to share content that is otherwise private, with anyone in the Facebook community.
The company has been testing the Galaxy Stream feature, which lets users watch the Super the Galaxy and Galaxy S3 live on the Facebook app.
We’ve seen the feature in action in real time on the Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5, and Galaxy Tab S3, and it’s been a big hit with the public.
Users can also easily share videos and photos, embed them into their own page, and more.
You can even add tags to your post, so you can easily share the same sentiment about the event as a friend.
The Facebook Live hub will be available in a handful of markets, including Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and New Zealand.
Facebook says that the service is currently only available in the United States, though that may change at a later date.
The Galaxy Stream app will be launched on iOS in the U.S. in the coming days, and Android users will get the hub in a couple of weeks.