1. EA to test Project Atlas game-streaming service: How to sign up  Business Insider
  2. Hands On With EA's Project Atlas Cloud Gaming Service  PCMag
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Electronic Arts will let players stream four games including "FIFA 19" to test its video game streaming service, Project Atlas.Electronic Arts will let players stream four games including "FIFA 19" to test its video game streaming service, Project Atlas.

EA to test Project Atlas game-streaming service: How to sign up - Business Insider

We tried EA's cloud gaming service on a variety of devices, including laptops, a TV connected to an Amazon Fire TV Stick, and an Android tablet. The demo was impressive, but we still don't know how much Project Atlas will cost.We tried EA's cloud gaming service on a variety of devices, including laptops, a TV connected to an Amazon Fire TV Stick, and an Android tablet. The demo was impressive, but we still don't know how much Project Atlas will cost.

Hands On With EA's Project Atlas Cloud Gaming Service

Sony. Nintendo. Microsoft. Google. Amazon. Walmart. Verizon. Electronic Arts. Nvidia. Each of these companies are giants in their respective fields — and every single one of them is or is said to be testing tech that could change the way video games are played, distributed, and sold. It’s called cloud gaming, and the names you need to know today are Stadia and xCloud.Your introduction to the other kind of game streaming

What is cloud gaming? Google Stadia and Microsoft xCloud explained - The Verge

The release date for Google's Stadia cloud gaming service is November. Subscribers can pay $129.99 to be the first to stream games such as 'Doom.'The release date for Google's Stadia cloud gaming service is November. Subscribers can pay $129.99 to be the first to stream games such as 'Doom.'

Google Stadia cloud gaming service will have 31 games for Nov. start