StreamMyGame

StreamMyGame is a software-only game streaming solution that enables Microsoft Windows-based games and applications to be played remotely on Windows and Linux devices. It was first released on 26 October 2007 as Windows-only software. On 14 January 2008 StreamMyGame launched a Linux version of its player. This new version made it possible to use a PlayStation 3 running Linux to remotely play Windows games. On the 3 June 2008 Sean Maloney, Intel Corporation Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing demonstrated StreamMyGame at Computex 08 over a WiMAX connection using an Intel Mobile Internet Device to view and play the game Crysis. On 17 July 2008 StreamMyGame announced that its Player was compatible with Intel's Atom range of processors and devices including Asus's EeePC netbook. In addition to streaming games over a local network, StreamMyGame can be used over broadband networks however these broadband connections require a minimum upload speed of 2 Mbit/s.


StreamMyGame is a software-only game streaming solution that enables Microsoft Windows-based games and applications to be played remotely on Windows and Linux devices. It was first released on 26 October 2007 as Windows-only software. On 14 January 2008 StreamMyGame launched a Linux version of its player. This new version made it possible to use a PlayStation 3 running Linux to remotely play Windows games. On the 3 June 2008 Sean Maloney, Intel Corporation Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing demonstrated StreamMyGame at Computex 08 over a WiMAX connection using an Intel Mobile Internet Device to view and play the game Crysis. On 17 July 2008 StreamMyGame announced that its Player was compatible with Intel's Atom range of processors and devices including Asus's EeePC netbook. In addition to streaming games over a local network, StreamMyGame can be used over broadband networks however these broadband connections require a minimum upload speed of 2 Mbit/s.
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