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Tencent tests 'Start' cloud gaming platform

Thursday 4 April 2019 | 09:49 CET | News
China's Tencent has started testing its own cloud gaming platform. A select group of users can now sign up. Tencent recently launched a website for a product called 'Start', and enables customers in Shanghai and the southern China province of Guangdong to sign up for the test, CNBC reports. "Cloud gaming is an emerging trend, and given our technical capabilities and rich portfolio of games, we are doing some internal research to evaluate the possibilities", a spokesperson for the company told CNBC. Tencent declined to provide further details about the product.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Tencent
Countries: China
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