Google’s cloud-based game streaming service, Stadia, has received a million of users after giving two months of free access of its premium version for gamers sitting at home due to lockdown. The spread of corona virus increasing and during lockdown people’s play online game more.
According to data from analytics firm Sensor Tower, stadia’s mobile app, one of the multiple platforms to use the service and required to configure the Stadia controller, has crossed 1 million installs globally, according to data from analytics firm Sensor Tower.
Due to lockdown, mobile and console games have played more. User will ready to spending US videogame and sales of this game also increase.
Alphabet’s Google said earlier in April that it would give two months of free access to Stadia Pro.
The data said, the week of the announcement recorded the mobile app’s highest weekly installs since its launch in November. Reaching about 225,000 globally across the App Store and Google Play.