This is a problem that cloud gaming will solve, at least in part, where due to the processing taking place remotely, the only bottleneck would essentially be internet speeds. That being said, this is why it doesn’t come as a complete surprise to learn that Facebook wants to get in on the ground floor, where the company has recently acquired a cloud gaming company by the name of Play Giga.
According to a post made on Play Giga’s website, “We are excited to announce that the PlayGiga team is moving on to something new. We are continuing our work in cloud gaming, now with a new mission. We want to thank all of our partners and customers for their support over the years. Just sit back and enjoy the magic of cloud gaming.”
We’re thrilled to welcome @PlayGigaOficial to the Facebook Gaming team. We’ll decline further c☁️mment for now.
— Facebook Gaming (@FacebookGaming) December 18, 2019
At the moment, it is unclear how Facebook plans to leverage their latest acquisition, but like we said, it’s not a surprising move. Companies like Google and Microsoft have already entered the cloud gaming space, so it’s only a matter of time before more companies get on board with this idea.
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