Amazon reportedly developing a subscription video game streaming service

It sure looks like Amazon wants to stream games to your home. No, not the kind of streaming where you watch somebody play games over the internet — Amazon already owns Twitch — but the kind where you can play games without waiting for a download or buying a disc, because they’re actually running on powerful servers that live far away from your house. That’s the word from The Information, which reports that two independent sources have said Amazon is developing a cloud gaming service, and The Verge was able to find some seeming corroboration simply by checking out Amazon’s job listing page — where Amazon is currently hiring at least two engineers in Seattle and California specifically to work on “Cloud Games.” A third job posting for a... Continue reading…

Amazon reportedly developing a subscription video game streaming service

Amazon wants in on the future beyond the home gaming console, according to a new report.

Fri 11 Jan 19 from The Washington Post

Amazon Reportedly Developing Game Streaming Service To Rival Microsoft And Google

An increasing number of companies are trying their hand at game streaming services, which remains a niche sector but could one day be huge. Sometime soon, we may be able to count Amazon among ...

Fri 11 Jan 19 from HotHardware

Amazon is likely designing its own cloud game streaming service

One of the barriers to modern gaming is the access to high performance hardware. If you want to play today's hottest games, you need a gaming computer or console. Now it looks like Amazon wants ...

Fri 11 Jan 19 from Techspot

Amazon is reportedly building its own gaming service - CNET

Another tech giant is trying to get into the game streaming business.

Thu 10 Jan 19 from CNET Cutting Edge

Is Amazon developing a game streaming service?

Details are thin, but a new report says that Amazon could join Sony, Google and Nvidia in the game streaming business.

Thu 10 Jan 19 from Techradar

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