GeForce NOW: The Cloud Gaming Service for PC Gamers

March 18, 2019

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Two hundred million PC gamers can’t be wrong. They already know GeForce powers the best in keyboard and mouse gaming. GeForce NOW is no exception, bringing everything that PC gamers love into tomorrow’s cloud gaming world.With a simple, click-to-play interface and an open ecosystem, PC games can be played anywhere, anytime on any Mac or PC. GeForce NOW is a gaming PC in the cloud for the 1 billion computers that aren’t game ready. The service works by upgrading your local, underpowered or incompatible hardware — whether it’s a PC with integrated graphics or a Mac that doesn’t have access to all the latest games — into a state-of-the-art GeForce gaming PC in the cloud.

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