According to new reports, Amazon will be launching its own streaming service for games next year, based on the power of Amazon's AWS technology. How exactly the service will look like is not yet known. The offer is to be integrated among other things with Twitch.
A few days after the launch of Google Stadia, Amazon also seems to be preparing to announce its own streaming service for games. Already at the beginning of the year there were first reports about a planned service of the company. According to current information from CNET, Amazon would like to present the service to the public for the first time next year.
In particular, the subsidiary Twitch should play an important role. Similar to Google Stadia's integration with YouTube, Amazon wants to offer the new streaming service directly via the live streaming platform. Behind the project is Amazon's cloud service AWS. Further details are not apparent from the report. In the next year, Amazon will then compete against, among others, the free offer of Google Stadia, Project xCloud by Microsoft and PlayStation Now by Sony. Only this week we have reported on the pre-order numbers from Google Stadia, which probably did not meet the expectations of Google.
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