New figures from Limelight Networks, Inc. have revealed our current gaming habits, offering a few surprise insights into people’s attitude towards new streaming services like Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now.
Despite the various fumbles from Google in the roll-out of Stadia, it looks like we’re warming to the idea of console-free gaming. A third of UK gamers say they would be willing to subscribe to the service – and globally 70 percent of “expert” gamers say they’re interested in the service.
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