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Tech Giants want in on Cloud Gaming

3 days ago   |   By Game Skinny

The future of gaming is streaming, as two more companies are set to create cloud gaming services.
With Google, Electronic Arts, Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo, having already teased their streaming plans, two more companies have staked a claim in the streaming sphere.
Amazon, who own Twitch, are reportedly set to start their own cloud-based streaming service. Following up from an initial report on The Information , The Verge found job listings from Amazon, calling for engineers to work on cloud-based games. There is also a listing for a “Lead Cross Platform Game Engineer.”
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