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Cloud gaming is the next big thing in India’s rapidly growing online gaming segment

Cloud gaming is the next big thing in India’s rapidly growing online gaming segment

India is witnessing a surge in online gaming, and it is all set to reach the $1.1 billion mark by the end of 2021. The majority of India's gamers are under 45, and the country is rapidly advancing in online gaming. In the digital world we live in, smartphones play an important role in online gaming, mainly due to the fact that it is handy, affordable, and easily available. This is now allowing gamers to play on the go and all that a gamer needs now is a phone that has a strong configuration and a good internet connection. In recent times game developers like Tencent and Microsoft are fixated more on creating applications and games for the mobile audience.

 Right now, the cloud is preparing to level the speed of growth by eliminating scalability and lags in gaming. Cloud is now offering smooth streaming capabilities and very few load times for the gamers. Garena Free Fire, one of the most popular games in India, was downloaded by 61 million users and in India, and it has also managed to generate revenue of a whopping $30 million. There are various advantages in developing games in the cloud, and the investment for the same is also very less.

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