- Amazon is working on a video game streaming service, like Netflix but for video games, according to a new report in The Information.
- Amazon’s competition at Microsoft and Google are already openly preparing similar services.
- And Sony is out ahead of everyone else: The company has been operating the PlayStation Now streaming service for years.
Amazon’s already a major video game retailer, and it operates the largest video game livestreaming service in the world with Twitch.
The company’s next move into gaming, though, is even more ambitious: Amazon is working on a Netflix-like service for playing games, according to a new report from The Information.
Like Sony’s PlayStation Now, the new service from Amazon will reportedly allow players to stream games rather than having to buy and download individual titles. The company is said to be discussing potential games for the new service with game publishers, but it sounds like plans are still early; the streaming service isn’t expected to arrive until 2020 “at the earliest.”