Cloud-based gaming streaming services are likely to become one of the technologies of the future . Several companies are investing heavily in this and one of them is Google .
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Google announced that it will launch the cloud-based Google Stadia on November 19, 2019 . As the date gets closer, new details about the system are emerging, one of which is that you will need to be connected to a Wi-Fi network to use the Google Stadia service. Rick Osterloh , Google’s hardware chief, made statements to The Verge on the subject.
According to Osterloh, the Wi-Fi connection will be needed to run the Google Stadia service. The company will also offer mobile connection support, but in the first place to run a problem in the games Wi-Fi will be a must to say. The minimum speed recommended by Google is 10 Mbps .