Both Google and Microsoft are getting their efforts off the ground, but NVIDIA has been plugging away at its own solution — GeForce Now — for several years now.
Because it's in beta, it is free to use with no monthly fee. Once you get your invite code, you'll be able to access GeForce Now on a PC, MacBook, or Shield TV. For Windows, you need a 64-bit machine with Windows 7 or later, dual-core 2.0GHz Intel CPU, a video card with DirectX 9, and 4GB of RAM onboard. As for MacBooks, any MacBook running macOS 10.10 and above works fine.
The ability to bring your own games over to GeForce Now is a huge differentiator for NVIDIA, and it sets the service apart from the likes of Stadia and Project xCloud.
You will be able to play GeForce Now at 720p provided you have a 15Mbps broadband connection and network latency under 50ms. Which means you will need to play on a server that is also on the same continent otherwise latency is going to be 200-300ms.
More info about the experience at https://www.androidcentral.com/nvidia-geforce-now-review
#cloudgaming NVIDIA GeForce Now review: Cloud gaming utopia
Cloud game streaming has gotten a lot of attention in recent months thanks to Google's foray into this category with Stadia, and Microsoft is also set to introduce its take with Project xCloud. However, NVIDIA has been offering a robust solution in GeForce Now for some time now, and while it's still in beta, it is the best take yet on cloud gaming.