Following Microsoft, Google, and now apparently Amazon, Verizon may be the latest to jump on the recent trend of experiments in cloud game streaming technology.
According to a report from The Verge, Verizon is currently in the alpha testing phase of Verizon Gaming, a cloud gaming service that will allow players to stream gameplay directly to their devices without the need for large downloads. Verizon Gaming is apparently already functional via the Nvidia Shield set-top box, and will also be usable on Android phones in the near future. In both cases, games would be playable with and Xbox One controller.
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