Amazon to launch its game streaming service, similar to Google Stadia

Google Stadia was a big step in the gaming industry as the platform provides a way for users to play any game on any device without any need for high-end hardware. Google Stadia was a game streaming service paving a way to play games with a whole new different approach.

But now Amazon seems to be very keen on this technology and is ready to put out its own game streaming service at the same time when Sony’s PS5 and Microsoft’s Xbox Series X hits the market.

Over the past few years, the gaming industry has bloomed rapidly, and this has raised the interest of many tech companies who were never associated with gaming.


Amazon is one of those companies and will compete directly with Google Stadia, Microsoft xCloud and Nvidia GeForce Now streaming services. Amazon already owns Twitch, and any such streaming service would strengthen Amazon’s position in the gaming industry.

    Amazon has not put out any information about any such service, but according to reports it is happening in 2020.

What are your thoughts on online game streaming services, do you think it is finally the right way for the gaming industry to go? Let us know in the comments section below.

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