Cloud gaming is the future and everything is going to be switched from system to cloud when it comes to the game. Gamers are always in search of powerful servers to access and here is the good news!
After completing tests over a year German based telecommunications company Deutsche Telekom (DT) has officially launched its cloud gaming platform- Magenta Gaming.
Magenta Gaming is going to challenge Google’s Stadia and Microsoft’s xCloud now. First appeared at Gamescom 2019, Magenta Gaming was in beta phase and tested by 20,000 plus users to check the service capability.
Low latency and end to end experience : these are the core deliverables from Deutsche Telekom for Magenta Gaming. If you have Windows PC, Tablet, Mac or Android devices- you can enjoy Magenta Gaming seamlessly.
Deutsche Telekom claims that more than 100 games will be available absolutely free to beta testers . The gamer can play the games on their tablet, smartphone or computer. The company also confirmed that it has plans to integrate Magenta Gaming into its MagentaTV OTT.
Deutsche Telekom has claimed that cloud gaming will be most demanding in the near future and will enter big business. Cloud gaming gives audacity to the users to stream games directly from the cloud- which means there is a need for a high powered device to enjoy the game.
If you want to play the game you need low latency connection- the existing LTE and 5G network can work for this. Whereas beta testers need an internet speed of 50MBPS but Deutsche Telekom claims that they can give the experience with latency time with less than 50 milliseconds in 60FPS in-stereo and full HD view.
Magenta Gaming is not the solo venture of Deutsche Telekom- it is powered by RemoteMyApp, a Polish cloud gaming company. For initial three months, upon sign up the gamer will get free service and after that it will cost €6.95 per month.
In this highly advanced world, Video games are a new passion and Cloud gaming services are undoubtedly the biggest phenomena in the gaming industry. In a time where Shadow, Geforce now, Vortex, Playstation now are the biggies in the gaming industry let’s see whether Deutsche Telekom can meet the expectation of its users or not.