Google will hold a gaming presentation at next month's Game Developers Conference, according to circulating media invites.
The company says to "gather around" and that "all will be revealed" on March 19 at 1 PM ET.
The topic of the keynote wasn't disclosed, but Google could provide more information about its Chrome-based game streaming product Project Stream, which started testing last October.
Google will hold a gaming presentation
Google is accounted for to chip away at an "a membership based diversion spilling administration that could work either on Google's Chromecast or potentially a Google-made reassure," as indicated by a report from The Information. That venture is supposedly codenamed "Sasquatch." A subsequent report from Kotaku showed that Google was seeking after a spilling administration matched with equipment, and a "forceful" exertion to secure or pull in diversion engineers to Google's stage.
In October 2018, Google disclosed Project Stream,
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