While Wal-Mart may not have the same sort of cloud backing prowess of Google Stadia, Amazon Game, or Microsoft's xCloud, it does have a partner in the latter to which can leverage its collaborative relationship in Azure.
Days after Google unveiled its Stadia game streaming platform, and with other tech giants like Microsoft keen on streaming as the future of gaming, the biggest retailer in the world apparently wants to play, too.
The magic happens on the company's end, where the games are processed; video and audio are delivered to the player, assuming their Internet is fast enough to handle the platform.
Though it sounds like a pipe dream (and so many other streaming-focused gaming systems have crashed and burned), Google's showing looked damn impressive.
Walmart is reportedly looking into a potential game streaming service.
It goes without saying that you should take this one with a hearty pinch of the finest sea salt, but anonymous sources familiar with Walmart's plans claim the company is pushing ahead with the idea, and has already been speaking with developers and publishers to gauge interest. Well, we're going to have to wait and see.
Walmart obviously has the resources and funds to build a game streaming service, but that's only part of the picture.
The company is considering its own video game streaming platform, according to a report Wednesday from USgamer, though it's unclear how far along a service is in development.
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