Game news CES 2021: Stadiums and GeForce are now coming to LG TVs
At CES 2021, the South Korean electronics manufacturer announced that its entire TV programming for 2021 will support cloud gaming services from Nvidia and Google.
A new boost for the start of cloud gaming? LG announced this at the 2021 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2021), which is currently taking place in Las Vegas until Thursday Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce are now rolling out cloud gaming services for 2021 in the manufacturer’s next television series
These services should be accessible by upgrading LG WebOS, the operating system for the brand’s screens, to LG WebOS 6.0. However, LG has not disclosed a start date for the provision of these applications It is likely that these will be available as this new line of products is marketed, which is expected next spring
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