GeForce Now, Google Stadia, PlayStation Now, and Project xCloud could be getting some serious competition. SteamDB has discovered a line of code from a partner site update that suggests Valve is preparing some kind of cloud gaming service. The company has already tackled streaming via Steam Remote Play and Steam Link Anywhere, so this seems like a logical, plausible step.
Valve is working on "Steam Cloud Gaming" according to partner site code update. Partners will need to sign an addendum to their terms.— Steam Database (@SteamDB) November 6, 2019
Could this be a competitor to @GoogleStadia?https://t.co/7AQ9YxCol8
It seems that Valve might be working on a competitor for Google Stadia. Based on the SteamDatabase/SteamTracking information found on github the Steam Games partner portal page contains the following line of code: function SignLatestCloudGamingAddendum(returnURL).
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