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Amazon is expected to announce its own game flow next year – and is expected to launch it at Christmas.
This is based on two sources familiar with the company's plans to speak with CNET as part of the site's streaming strategies from major players like Google, Sony and Microsoft.
Rumors first appeared Amazon was working on a broadcast service earlier this year and CNET reported it is now ready for an announcement. The company is also reported to have purchased talent from major gaming companies, including Microsoft.
Meanwhile, a “new initiative indeki in the Amazon Web Services team is believed to be for the streaming service of work lists. One of them suggested that Amazon would integrate the service into Twitch and some other businesses. Google has plans for similar integration between Stadia and YouTube.
Speaking to the site Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter, said that the service launch until the end of the year, "Scarlett and PS5 & # 39; n't allow them to be there without Amazon," he said.
Amazon has explored many avenues in the gaming industry, which has yielded mixed results over the last decade. Built-in Amazon Games Studios has produced very few titles to date – mobile games for the Amazon Appstore, as well as a PS4 and Xbox One driving game based on The Grand Tour – and even layoffs earlier this year. Meanwhile, the Lumberyard engine had difficulty finding many developers to make games with it.
Google launched its own broadcasting service, Stadia, earlier this week because it announced it again in March of GDC 2019.
Xbox continues to work on the preview version of Project xCloud, recently expanded with more titles and released more markets next year. We talked to project leaders behind XCloud last week at X019.
Sony has been providing a broadcasting service for several years thanks to the acquisition of the first contestant Gaikai. PlayStation Now is now largely operating in the background, but the platform owner has just recently released a price reduction and time-limited scrolling game like GTA V and the God of War. increased its efforts.
Earlier this year, the company said the success of PlayStation 5 would depend on flow and backward compatibility while trying to make the new console as accessible to new and resident customers as possible.