While many of us are undoubtedly used to streaming films, television shows, and music, streaming blockbuster games is a task that hasn't necessarily been brought to the mainstream as of yet.
A public trial begins Friday; it will involve streaming the upcoming Assassin's Creed Odyssey to a limited number of participants. There have even been rumors of a Google streaming game service called Yeti. It's the second game to use streaming on the Nintendo Switch, the first being Resident Evil 7.
There are existing services similar to this like graphics card company Nvidia's GeForce Now, but it's still in beta. While we've got movie and television streaming down pretty well, latency becomes a major issue in game streaming. Players interested in helping test can apply through the official website.
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This footage of Odyssey played in Chrome lacks some crispness we'd normally expect from a typical console or PC experience, but for streaming, I think the image quality looks acceptable.
Google has revealed its new Project Stream platform, which it said is a technical test to solve the challenges of online game streaming. You'll need a "reliable" internet connection - Google recommends at least 25Mbps - Google and Ubisoft accounts, and a desktop or laptop computer with Chrome version 69 or higher installed.
Google said anyone wanting to try the service needs a home internet connections 'capable of 25 megabits per second'.
According to analyst company IHS Markit, global spending on games content and services is expected to reach $129bn (£99bn) this year, making it the world's biggest entertainment market.