LG announced later this year that it will introduce two of Nvidia’s leading cloud gaming services, Google Stadia and GeForce Now, to its latest TVs. Stadia is expected to be available soon after the 2021 range of OLED, QNED and NanoCell TVs will be available in the spring – GeForce Now comes later in the year.
The news means the continuous expansion of both services. Google has promised that Stadia will come to Google TV (including the latest Chromecast) in the first half of 2021. Last week, Sony announced its range of TVs in 2021. They all work with Google TV, so it’s a sure bet that too so you will be able to find the Stadia of these when they are sent in a few months.
As for GeForce Now, it is currently available on the Nvidia Shield platform, Windows, macOS, Chrome OS, Android and (in beta) Safari for iOS and iPadOS. But it is not supplied in any way on any TV, so LG is among the first in this regard.
It is unclear whether these applications will be available by 2020 and earlier LG TVs. For now, the company only promises to reach the models of 2021