A new report suggests that Google are getting into the game business with a new streaming service. According to business mag The Information, the service is currently codenamed Yeti, and could potentially either work through Chromecast or a new Google-developed piece of Hardware.
This will hopefully mean easier access to some of the best games on PC.
The project is being led by Google’s product management VP Mario Queroz and engineering VP Majd Bakar, and their experience suggests some sort of hardware in development. According to the report, early versions of Yeti focused on Chromecast support, but now the company is experimenting with standalone hardware and controllers.