Google Unveils Stadia Video Game Service Google's gearing up to own the video game industry with Stadia.
Peter Sobat, 4 years ago 0 1 min read
Google is gearing up to launch a Netflix-type platform, except for gamers. The tech company unveiled their plans for their new platform called Stadia earlier today. The gaming service doesn’t have a console for it. Instead, Stadia will be able to work on any sort of television with Chromecast, computers with Google Chrome and Google’s Pixel devices. No download is needed for the games. Users can simply stream their favorite video games over a Wi-Fi connection. The platform is set to launch later this year.
Peter Sobat is the owner/creator of Blurred Culture. Peter holds a MFA in Digital Technology and has worked in media for the past 15 years. He is the creator of several viral hits such as "The SmokeBox" , "The Devin The Dude Show" and "Live with Steve Lobel".