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The Videogame Industry Is Poised for a Massive Disruption

As video game publishers and tech companies hustle to complete streaming projects, the pressure is on to nail minimum viable product features—or risk losing serious ground to competitors. Organizations like Google and Microsoft have launched projects to develop streaming videogames users can play on their phones or tablets, without needing their consoles or PCs. They're hoping streaming projects will help their industry as it has for movies and music.
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