Several news agencies report receiving Google invitations to be announced at the GDC 2019 (Game Developer Conference) next month. The data included in the call itself is scarce, apparently stating only that "everything will be revealed" on a key topic at the conference on March 19 at 10am. This effective announcement of a forthcoming statement has resumed speculation about Google's potential entry into the gaming streaming market.
GIF included in the invitation via The Verge. "rumors about a post-paid subscription service provided by Google for streaming games with own hardware as well as Google streaming streams on Project Stream Chrome that ended successfully last month."
Specific markets overflow Assassin's " s Creed Odyssey through Chrome / Chrome OS, the testers even had to find a free copy after playing for at least an hour and the latency of the test markets was low enough to provide a gaming experience.As a stand alone service or product, the Google Project Test Stream and his obvious success could work, at least on a technical level
The broadcasting of games would be a little detour from Google's previous products, this is not a new concept, OnLive popularized the idea almost a decade ago, though it did not it looked completely ready for consumers at that time. More recently, Sony and Nvidia have been releasing games streaming services, and Microsoft has worked at its own discretion. The topic currently dominates, it is likely to be related. We'll have to wait and make sure it's safe.