Nvidia game streaming service has 6 million members in its first year

The service allows you to play games purchased via Steam, Epic Games Store, Battle.net and Uplay via the cloud. Users don’t need powerful gaming devices for this, even to see the effects of ray tracing light.

GeForce now also via Chrome

Nvidia placed the first shows in a row on Thursday, a year after the service launched Mail He announced that the service can now also be used in beta via Chrome. In recent months, the company has added support for Safari (iOS) and Chromebooks, in addition to existing PC and Mac apps.

GeForce Now offers a free subscription, where you can only play for an hour at a time, and a paid subscription variant of 27.45 euros for six months. The company has not disclosed how many of the six million members are actually paying for the service.

175 million hours of games were streamed

The number of games supported by the service has increased to around 800 games. Players streamed these games for a total of 175 million hours. Ten percent of the games were free.

Most of this time, around 100 million hours, users have played multiplayer games via GeForce Now. Games like Fortnite, League of Legends, Destiny 2, and Apex Legends were the most popular ones.

Nvidia GeForce Now can be used in 65 countries, including the Netherlands.

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