Nvidia announced that GeForce is coming soon to Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Australia. Cloud gaming service that allows PC games to be played on different devices is coming to Turkey with Turkcell partnership.
With cloud gaming service, pc games can be played on many devices
Nvidia announced its latest telecommunications companies to join the GeForce NOW Alliance. Thanks to Turkcell, Zain KSA and Pentanet, GeForce NOW game-streaming service is coming soon to Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Australia.
By placing NVIDIA RTX Servers on the edge, GeForce NOW Alliance partners deliver even lower latency gaming experiences.
Ericsson, who recently published its 2020 mobility report, predicted that “5G population coverage will reach 15 percent.” This is equivalent to more than 1 billion people. In addition, DFC Intelligence announced that there are currently more than 3 billion video game consumers worldwide.
Cloud gaming services are at the intersection of these two trends. The service enables games to be played on all PCs, Macs, Chromebooks and mobile devices with high quality and low latency.
GeForce NOW Alliance continues to grow
Bringing cloud gaming to Turkey, Turkcell recently announced GeForce NOW Powered by GAMEPLUS. Gamers who want to pre-register can visit the GAME+ page.
Zain KSA, the leading 5G telecom operator in Saudi Arabia, is preparing for the launch of its GeForce NOW service. The launch will bring GeForce NOW into the country for the first time.
Founded by a group of avid gamers, Pentanet has built Perth, Australia’s largest and fastest-growing fixed wireless network, delivering high-bandwidth internet services to the Perth metro area as well as fiber throughout Western Australia. Australian players will also be able to play PC games on almost any device later this year, thanks to Pentanet.