Google reveals site for its GDC 2019 game-streaming service announcement

Doris Richards
March 14, 2019

The general consensus in the industry is that Google's new machine will leverage the cloud to deliver its games streamed over the internet, though it's likely that the system will run games offline too.

With just days until the kick-off of the Game Developers Conference, Google is turning the hype for the keynote unveiling up to 11. The teaser asks people to gather around as it unveils its "vision for the future of gaming".

Google's event is scheduled to take place on March 19 at 10AM Pacific.

Raymond revealed the news herself in a tweet, simply saying she had "joined Google as a VP". The footage clearly highlights various genres of games from racing, to exotic RPGs, sports games, space sims, and medieval battlers, making us think it's for Project Stream. The first is Project Stream, which allows gamers to play AAA titles using nothing but a web browser.


Google will have a presence at GDC, and that is something we've known for the past month.

Reports say Google has been experimenting with games hardware and content for a while now.

We'll have the livestream right here, so you can follow along in real time.

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