Valve might be working on “Steam Cloud Gaming”

It seems that Valve might be working on a competitor for Google Stadia.  Based on the SteamDatabase/SteamTracking information found on github the Steam Games partner portal page contains the following line of code:

function SignLatestCloudGamingAddendum(returnURL)

Of course nothing is certain at this point but after the recent news of Valve and EA working together, it could very well be true. This streaming service could possibly be Valve’s response to Google Stadia, PlayStation Now, Xbox Cloud Streaming, GeForce Now and others.

Valve has not confirmed any of these yet, so if anything chances we will make sure to let you know.

Below you can read the original post on Twitter.

Thanks SteamDB.

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