Such a conclusion was made by Redditors, who saw a screenshot from Phil Spencer’s (the head of Xbox) profile. The device he was logged in from was listed as Xbox Game Streaming (Test App). Which is something that hasn’t been seen before.
Insider Brad Sams has posted a couple of exciting updates about the upcoming cloud gaming service from Microsoft. First, he noted that the name xCloud is not final and will likely be changed some time soon.
Global Beta Test Network has recently sent out an email newsletter regarding an upcoming beta for Stadia subscribers. In order to get access to the test users were required to fill in a form.
Reently CIS has moved on from free GeForce Now Beta and now the rest of the world might get a paid tier of the GFN as well. According to VideoCardz.com the upcoming GeForce Now premium plan will cost $5 per month.
According to some of the data discovered by data miners on one of Valve’s web pages, it is very likely that the company is developing a cloud gaming service. The source code for the page contained mentions of some unknown “Steam Cloud Gaming Addendum”.
United States Patent and Trademark Office has accepted a patent from Sony which describes a cloud enabled gaming device. It may point to the next-gen PlayStation’s Cloud gaming capabilities.