Nvidia GeForce Now Game Streaming Service Available for All Members

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Nvidia’s new game streaming service, Nvidia GeForce Now out of its beta and is now made available for all the members out there. The service was first introduced in the year 2017, and after three successful years of testing, it is now open for all the members of the platform.

According to the official reports, Nvidia’s this streaming service was under a testing phase with over 300,000 users across North America and Europe who have streamed out over 70 million hours through this platform.

With this premium service, Nvidia GeForce Now has a special free recharge tier option that will let you stream out unlimited contents for one hour. If you go with the discounted premium plan that will cost you $5 per month, you will have more access to their content library with the watch time of 6 hours.

Interestingly, all the membership plans will work well on all the supported devices. You can stream out your favorite games and play them effectively well on a respective platform as per your needs. You don’t need to buy separate plans to use this service on multiple devices, you can use the same credentials to work with your other platforms and devices.

If we talk about the devices that support Nvidia’s GeForce Now Cloud-based game streaming service, then it is compatible with PC systems i.e. Windows and macOS. The same service is compatible with Android Phones along with Nvidia Shield.

With this service, the premium members will be able to play all types of games on their respective consoles and platforms through GeForce Now. They must have to purchase the games from the supported gaming stores before they can stream out the games through GeForce Now.

You must meet the basic requirements to run your favorite games on this cloud-based service i.e. high-speed Internet connection. An ethernet cable or a wi-fi router.

Furthermore, the company has said that they have established nine data centers across in North America and six data centers in Europe. The service can reach up to 80 percent of broadcast homes within 20 milliseconds.

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