“Game streaming” is one phrase that cranks gamers up. Although we’ve heard rumors for months about the new Google game streaming service. Well guess what? It is finally here, Google unveiled Stadia at its Game Developers Conference keynote on the 20th of March, 2019.
What Is Stadia?
Stadia is a game streaming platform that runs on Chrome and is powered by Google’s data centers with nodes all around the world for low latency and seamless streaming. Users can simply open the browser and start playing any game instantly, like they would a video.
You can use Stadia on any PC, as long as it can run Chrome and has a high-speed internet connection. You can also run it on Chrome OS devices such as the Pixelbook or Pixel Slate, as well as Android phones. During the demo, Google didn’t show us Stadia running on Apple hardware, but presumably as long as you are using Chrome on a Mac, you shouldn’t have an issue. You can also play it on your TV through a Chromecast dongle.