NVIDIA launched its game streaming service quite a while back, it has been known as Grid since then and has been available as a free beta to Shield TV users. Today the company announced that the service now has a new name and since it’s being formally released to the public it now also has a price tag. NVIDIA Geforce Now is the new moniker and it goes live tomorrow for $7.99 per month.

Starting October 1st the full version of NVIDIA’s game streaming service will be available with a monthly subscription fee, all new subscribers will get the first three months for no charge. The service is available on NVIDIA’s Shield devices, even it’s new Shield TV set-top box that’s powered by Android.

At launch NVIDIA Geforce Now’s games library has around 50 titles available for on-demand streaming with users also have the option to buy some new big games. The company promises game streaming at up to 1080p and 60 frames per second.

This wasn’t the only announcement from NVIDIA today, the company also confirmed that NFL Sunday Ticket, Spotify and Showtime apps are come to Shield, and also that the Shield TV is now going to be released across several markets in Europe such as the United Kingdom, France, Germany and others.

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