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Google Stadia Project Hailstorm

Despite the closure of the internal studios, Stadia will see the arrival of 100 games during the ...

The closure of the internal studios of Google Stadia is known news, a rethinking of Google's strategic plan linked to the world of gaming via streaming and which has left more than 150 employees at home ....

Apple has second thoughts: reopen the doors to cloud gaming

In recent weeks, the discussion on Apple's App Store measures deemed too restrictive for cloud gaming has been held. Especially from Microsoft, which had raised its voice after giving up on bringing ...
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Google Stadia Pro - Here are the free titles for August

Like every month, the Google Stadia Pro subscription service adds to its catalog the new roundup of titles available for free for its subscribers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3n8_DsqiOko As announced during the last Stadia Connect, Orcs Must Die 3 ...
Google Stadia Project Hailstorm

Google Stadia PRO - Here are the free titles of June

The catalog of free titles for members of Google Stadia PRO, the subscription service of Google's streaming gaming platform, will see the addition of 5 games starting from June 1st ...
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Free is Beautiful - Google Stadia Pro

Google takes the field to give its users more reasons to stay at home. How? By making free (for a limited period of time) the subscription to the Pro Package of your Gaming platform in ...

Amazon ready to launch its streaming game platform later this year

Amazon's streaming gaming platform should see the light by the end of this year, although there may be delays due to the Coronavirus. As reported by the New York Times, the company ...

Sony has patented its "e-sports betting" platform

In 2019 Sony registered a particular patent that illustrates the vision of the Japanese company linked to a particular phenomenon in the world of exports: betting. Second...

Watch Dogs Legion will soon receive a patch to be able to shoot at ...

In the past few hours Ubisoft has announced the details of the patch 4.5 coming soon to Watch Dogs Legion, which will implement the ...

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