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    [LIST][*]Numerous companies are launching their game streaming services soon.[*]The latest team to enter the ring is NVIDIA.[*]GeForce Now allows you to stream 160 games at maximum settings.[*]You can register your interest here.[/LIST]
    Numerous companies are launching their own cloud gaming platforms, and it looks like NVIDIA is the latest one to offer trials for a service called "GeForce Now." GeForce Now has been available on Macs for quite a while now, but recently it launched as a PC beta. If you want to play your games at maximum settings, wherever you are, you should register here. EA, Google, Microsoft, NVIDIA, Shadow, and many others are working on game streaming services, and it'll be interesting to see which one comes out on top.

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    07-09-2019 06:20 PM

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