Google is hosting a keynote at the Game Developers Conference next month, but the company is not saying what it has announced. The company has already proven its work in creating a game streaming platform, and this could be the first public trial of the new platform.
But it looks like they have a lot more to offer than just a possible streaming service. The Keynote begins March 19 at 10:00 followed by three sessions to learn more about the products.
Google's Deployment Page Demonstrates Preparing to Release a New Product The product or service as two of the sessions are referred to as pre-launch best practices and post-launch performance improvement strategies. This probably means that Google knows when the service will start, and assuming that it is already an optimization after the launch, it does not seem to be too far.
I assume that Google is planning a step forward in the game streaming market. The popularity of Twitch continues to grow and Google is in a good position to build its own platform for competition in this segment. Of course, Google and Amazon are far from the only companies that want to grow in this area, Microsoft has its xCloud platform, and it is alleged that Apple is building a similar service.
With the HoloLens 2 event taking place this weekend, and The GDC will be in the middle of next month and the technology news cycle is approaching as we approach the Apple, Google and Microsoft developer conferences that will be held in the spring.
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