GameFly is bringing game-streaming to Mexico’s booming market
Gaming in Mexico could be getting a lot cheaper.
GameFly announced today that it is partnering with Mexican internet service Totalplay Telecommunications to bring GameFly Streaming to the country. GameFly Streaming enables users to play games without a console or discs thanks to cloud-computing. It will launch in 20 cities in Mexico, a gaming market worth $1.2 billion in 2015, according to research group Newzoo.
“We want to offer our customers the most innovative and fun experience by launching the GameFly Streaming service to our platform,” said Eduardo Kuri, Totalplay chief executive officer, in a press release sent to GamesBeat. “Totalplay’s high-speed internet allows GameFly Streaming customers the ability to play great games with low latency and HD quality gameplay on any television.”
Games available for GameFly Streaming include Tomb Raider, Batman: Arkham Origins, and Lego: The Movie video game Instead of paying for each individually, GameFly Streaming users purchase a monthly subscription to the service of less than $10 a month.
GameFly Streaming is now available in 20 countries.