After months of speculation, Google revealed the first step in its effort to broadcast games earlier this month: Project Stream. Currently it is only available in certain areas of the United States, and you can only play a demo of Assassin's Creed Odyssey. Google said that interested users could start using it on October 5, but invitations had not been sent until today.
Ha. Yes, the stream invitations are coming out right now! pic.twitter.com/9UZWdTlYAp
– Ron Amadeo (@RonAmadeo) October 7, 2018
Project Stream invitations are being implemented now! pic.twitter.com/DuSBCiCows
– Justin Duino (@jaduino) October 7, 2018
There does not seem to be any kind of NDA or anything …
So, I'm excited to see the Project Stream with Google / Ubisoft!
Supposedly, a game of 1080p at 60 fps through your Chrome browser.
We'll see how it goes! pic.twitter.com/nduf8vb2fx
– Jason Inquires (@jasoninquires) October 7, 2018
Let us know in the comments if you have been accepted in the Project Stream demonstration. I signed up, but I have not received an email yet. Maybe there is still no Stream server in Georgia?