According to the latest reports, the well-known game streaming platform, of course, I am talking about the GameFly which was created in 2002 in a very similar way to what Netflix did before going to the streaming service to shut down its streaming service.
OMG! Gamefly To Shut Down Its Streaming Service
The well-known game streaming platform, of course, GameFly, will be closed later this month. Many of you may not have heard much about the company, but it led the mold of OnLive and was present on some TV models of the South Korean giant Samsung.
The well-known game streaming platform, of course, GameFly was created in 2002 in a very similar way to what Netflix did before going to the streaming category, as it sent the games in the mail in a rental system with the cost closed each month. The online gaming part began in 2015 and was born on the Amazon Fire TV.
Much later, as early as 2019, Electronic Arts bought the company and now its servers will be shut down, but sending games by mail will continue to exist in the countries where it operates – which does not include India.
However, the well-known game streaming platform, of course, GameFly is present as an application in some companies that manufacture TVs, as is the case of models of the South Korean giant Samsung sold in India. The app connects to the server and simply connect a wireless controller to continue the game.
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After the purchase, the company team in Israel joined forces with EA and, at this year’s E3, the service Origins Access Premiere and is basically the GameFly of the publisher responsible for names such as Battlefield and FIFA. According to the Variety site, the decision to shut down the server service occurred even before the company purchased it from EA.
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