Google is at the Game Developer Conference to unveil its video game streaming service. Here's how to follow the live presentation.
After a test under the name Project Stream, Google is ready to unveil its first video game streaming service. The firm is expected to unveil it today at the GDC at a large dedicated conference. Today, this market is essentially controlled by Sony with the PlayStation, Nintendo with the Switch and Microsoft with the Xbox. The arrival of Google is an event not to be missed.
In addition to the service logo, we are starting to learn more about its exclusive features, the official controller, and the key people involved in this project. Many details, including the price of the subscription or the content of the catalog, remain to be discovered.
Time and link to follow the live stream
Google will open its conference today March 19, 2019 at 18 hours (Paris time). The event can be followed live on YouTube by following this link, or by watching the video below directly.
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