Reports this week are claiming that Google will be launching a game streaming service at some point. According to business mag The Information, the service is now codenamed Yeti, and could potentially either work through Chromecast or a new Google-developed piece of hardware.
Google's service, codenamed Yeti, would leverage servers in its cloud computing data centers.
There's a very good chance that this time next year you'll be playing games on Google's new game streaming service - code-named "Yeti" - that's now in development.
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Google is quite the ambitious company and loves to experiment with different products and services.
According to a report from The Information, Google's latest venture has everything to do with gaming, an area that so far it's been absent from.
An expansion of the Made by Google lineup, the two-year old Yeti project is led by VPs Mario Queiroz and Majd Bakar. So this planned service is not to be confused with existing game subscription offerings like Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass that let users download unlimited games from a pre-selected pool of titles for a monthly fee.
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Google has always been rumored to get more serious about the games industry.
Google has reportedly been talking to "top-tier gaming developers" regarding its plans.
The Made by Google console and streaming service could've seen a 2017 release, but one idea put forward by 9to5Google says that the delay to 2018 may grant ex-Xbox and PlayStation exec Phil Harrison - who was just hired last month - some time to become better acquainted with the potential hardware and software. Now, Google appears to be getting in on the action too. If Google is successful, it could grab a piece of the $109 billion videogame market.
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Google has already had discussions with some game developers but now, it is unclear whether or not the company has managed to secure any games for the service.