With the growth of stable internet connections, streaming seems to be the future of content consumption. With services like PlayStation Now and NVIDIA’s GeForce Now, it looks like we will no longer need state of the art hardware to play a game. Just a very good, very stable internet connection. The video game industry is a $109 billion market and Google wants a piece of the pie. If information circulating the internet is to be believed, then Google is working on a game streaming service codenamed project Yeti. The service has reportedly been in development for two years now and was expected to launch towards the end of 2017 but for unknown reason, the project has been delayed.
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