US: Cloud Gaming Service of Facebook Added Ubisoft Games


Alongside the livestreams and Oculus VR, the gaming ambitions of the company Facebook is also including cloud services, and Facebook has announced, it is also making a free gam streaming available to around 98 percent of the United States on board, which has a major partner in Ubisoft.

Facebook said, it is now scaling up the cloud computing infrastructure of the company to the extent, which the company can possibly role out the service to around 100 percent of the country in the upcoming months.

As the companies Amazon and Google have opted for a standalone cloud gaming for a subscription, the company ‘Facebook’ has built the offerings into Facebook’s main social network, which will also be accompanying the android application. Facebook is also focusing on the smaller free-to-play mobile titles, which the company says that, are much easier for hosting at the data centres of Facebook.

After launching the cloud gaming on some androids in the United States, the company said, it has added more 25 titles to its cloud gaming service, that has been including the games like Dragon Mania Legends, Roller Coaster Tycoon Touch, along with the State of Survival developed by FunPlus.

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Despite offering less games than other companies, Facebook said, it is going to hope that, the main focus of the company is on the mobile titles, which can possibly help Facebook in thriving the lucrative game streaming arena, and according to the research, the cloud gaming market in United States is worth an estimated 1.4 billion dollars in 2021, and more than 5 billion dollars by 2023.