It’s no secret that Google has been working on a game streaming service of its own called Project Stream. It has even conducted trials as it seeks to better figure out how it can provide the most value with a game streaming service. Google has been light on the details but that might change next month. It has scheduled an event at the Game Developers Conference in March where we might hear more about Project Stream.

Google’s Project Stream enables Chrome users to stream top-tier games right within the browser. It conducted a test with Assassin’s Creed Odyssey which is so far the only game that has been publicly tested using Google’s service.

Google hasn’t said what the event is for but it has started sending out invites over email to members of the media today. It has lined up a gaming-related event at the Game Developers Conference on March 19th at 10AM PT.

The company says that “all will be revealed” during its GDC 2019 keynote. This isn’t the first time that Google is taking part in the GDC. It normally hosts events for developers which seek to educate them about the changes in Android for game developers.

It’s evident that Google has more to share this year and so it’s making a big deal of it. Many are looking forward to more information about its game streaming service so all eyes will be on Google come March 19th.

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