Latest News on Game Streaming
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Sep 26, 2019
Microsoft Project xCloud opens up registrations for Android phones and tabletsGears 5, Halo 5: Guardians and a few more games will be featured in the first phase of Project xCloud.
Sep 12, 2019
EA’s cloud gaming technical trial has begun; here’s how to join the testingThe trial for EA’s Project Atlas cloud streaming service will continue running for two weeks
Aug 17, 2019
Xbox boss Phil Spencer confirms Microsoft isn’t working on a streaming-only consoleProject Scarlett is the only Xbox console under development that was announced at E3 2019
Jul 24, 2019
AVerMedia Live Gamer Mini GC311 review: A worthy investment for any mobile game streamerThe Mini is a great tool in any streamer's arsenal, but it's grossly overpriced in India.
May 30, 2019
Google is pulling the plug on its YouTube Gaming app once and for all todayYouTube Gaming is being merged with the core YouTube app to leverage the main platform's wider user base.
May 17, 2019
Microsoft and Sony announce partnership for gaming, image sensors and cloud servicesSony will use Microsoft's cloud for streaming games and the two will work together to on new image sensors.
Mar 11, 2019
Google patent reveals possible controller design which could launch on 19 MarchGoogle is expected to announce more about Project Stream and related gaming hardware at GDC 2019.
Oct 02, 2018
Google Project Stream announced, will let testers play Assassin's Creed for free on ChromeSelect users will be able to play the game starting 5 October at no charge for the duration of the test.
Jan 27, 2018
Facebook sets sights on game streamers with new Gaming Creator Pilot ProgramFacebook has allowed game streaming on its platform for a while now, but this pilot program differs in that it’s a more cohesive approach to game streaming.
Aug 24, 2016
Goodbye, PS3! Sony's PlayStation Now game streaming service is finally headed to PCSony’s PlayStation Now game streaming service is finally making its way to Windows PCs. The service will allow you to stream and play over 400 PlayStation 3 titles on your PC.