The cloud gaming service Nvidia GeForce Now will be available in Singapore soon, as it enters the beta stage today.
GeForce Now is said to instantly transform almost any device – whether it is an iPhone or Android TV – into a PC gaming rig. It does so by streaming the game over the Internet to a subscriber’s device. .
As such, subscribers to the service can play their favourite games anytime anywhere, as long as they have an Internet connection.
There are over 80 free-to-play games on the service and will have the same amount of games available in Singapore compared to other regions. Not to mention, gamers can link their own Steam, Epic Games or Uplay account to play the games they already own.
Powered by StarHub in Singapore, interested gamers can now experience the GeForce Now for themselves with a free trial by visiting and signing up here. Anyone can subscribe to this cloud gaming service, as it is not exclusive to StarHub customers.
Upon conclusion of the free trial, a charge of S$19.99 per month will apply for customers who wish to continue the service. But there will be special rates for StarHub customers with more details to be announced at launch.