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    Attention all video gamers, the future is looking bright as your favourite games are going to cost you less and become more easily accessible in the next four years.

    Every year new technologies emerge and change the global context of entertainment. Tune in, and we will tell you more about the latest news in the gaming sector.

    Cloud gaming ticks all the boxes and provides state-of-the-art gaming software on demand

    According to the latest market research summarised in “German Entertainment and Media Outlook 2019 – 2023” conducted by PwC, cloud gaming is a new major trend that is currently shaping the industry. This trend is triggered by the development of 5G data networks and users’ demand for cost-effective ways of gaming on the go.

    With hundreds of new devices being released every month, it is hard to keep up with the costs of the most advanced hardware. A great solution to this issue is subscribing to a paid service to be able to access your games on a remote server provided by various gaming services.

    New generations of users choose customised cost-effective gaming solutions

    The idea of free and easy access with no downloads is very familiar to the lovers of online casino games. It allows you to save time and get started without any hassle. A recent comparison of German casinos shows that mobile gaming is becoming increasingly more popular, especially with new generations of younger tech-savvy players joining the club!

    It’s pretty much like Netflix and Spotify. You have a library of games to choose from, and they are then streamed to your device. No need to waste time and money downloading and updating the software, simply connect from any device and play! Access hundreds of games and new releases instantly and customise the way you play. You don’t even need a gaming PC, just choose your service providers and pay a monthly subscription fee.

    5G data networks will lift cloud gaming to new limits

    The only hurdle that all major service providers like Sony, Microsoft and Google are juggling with, at the moment is the issue of poor latency. Cloud gaming is based on a solid internet connection. Insufficient latency, in other words, the responsiveness of the remote server to your commands, affects multiplayer modes and can make your gameplay impossible or frustrating.

    The power of 5G data networks is set to boost connectivity and provide users with a seamless digital flow of entertainment on demand. It is forecasted that by the end of 2024, 5G data will be available to 65% of the population around the globe.

    What’s in the pipeline? Microsoft and Google experimenting behind closed doors

    Lots of things are happening behind closed doors of the industry’s experimental labs, and we are about to step into a new gaming reality with no limits.

    Have you heard of Microsoft’s xCloud? With cloud gaming technology powered by AMD GPUs, you can stream video games to an Android phone using remote servers. Gamers will also be able to enjoy Google Pixel’s graphics when accessing Google Stadia cloud gaming service this autumn.

    To top it up, LG and Samsung users will be pleased to know that the existing GeForce Now by the graphics genius Nvidia is going to be available on Android phones too. At the moment, thanks to its ultra-streaming mode, GeForce Now is the best gaming platform used for continuous digital streaming with no latency issues whatsoever.
     

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