Nvidia has just announced that its GeForce NOW streaming service will expand to Australia, Turkey and Saudi Arabia later this year. This expansion is made possible by the GeForce NOW alliance’s partnerships with telecom providers that use optimized Nvidia RTX servers deployed at the edge for low-latency gaming streaming.

Nvidia today announced three new partners for its GeForce NOW alliance. Pentanet in Australia, Turkcell in Turkey and Zain KSA in Saudi Arabia will allow their subscribers to use Nvidia’s game streaming service later this year. While there is no information on the exact date we can expect this service in these countries, more details will be provided as we approach the upcoming GeForce NOW launch in Australia, Turkey and Saudi Arabia.

Although Nvidia has no plans to launch this service in India in the coming future.

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