Stream Any Game to Computer & Mobile Device

Stream Any Game to your computer or mobile device? The technology is here, it’s coming. A few years back I was offering powerleveling with some Chinese partners. In those days, we offered something innovative – we offered hand leveling. Stream Any GameBut we were always looking for ways to defeat the technology which prevented our service. So we invested in Secure Trackerless VPNs, and that worked fairly well, but all it took was one careless customer to login, and BAM, their account was suspended and our VPN was no longer any good. We paid a premium for our VPNs, as they had static IPs which weren’t used by gold farmers. Of course, now I know better and would use Private Proxies for gaming, as you can buy them in bulk…

But there came a time, when we decided to try something no one else had been doing – why not use the customer’s own IP, why not use a VPN with the customer’s IP, thus ensuring that the customer would never be banned. Good idea, but the technology wasn’t quite ready for this idea. You see the connection speed of my Chinese partners just wasn’t fast enough. Mainland China is lucky to get 2 megs down. This isn’t enough to use the customer’s IP, as lag sets in – it’s also fairly difficult to set up and requires some game modification as well as the customer using Hamachi.

Then I had another idea, and it was to use Teamviewer – or another similar technology (ie VNC) to stream the game to the levelers, allowing them to control the customer’s computer remotely. Unfortunately, while this is a great idea, the bandwidth again held us back.

Stream Any Game to your computer/device

But now, that’s about to change. There is a new service, which could enable this type of service, to Stream Any Game to your computer or device – though not meant for powerleveling, it is meant for streaming a game directly to you. Now I find this interesting, because it means as long as you have the bandwidth and memory, you can play ANY game. This means you won’t need to own the latest grafix card, nor the fastest redundant hard drives. Instead you will simply login, tell the remote server which game you want to play – wait a couple minutes, and be ready to play. No more waiting on hours of patching, they will have a T1 or a T3 line on the server side, which is F.A.S.T!

Of course there are some requirements, you’re going to need relatively fast internet (5gps), or at least 4G on your phone, 2gb ram windows, 1 gb ram android, or 4gb ram on iOS. Last? Integrated grafix. Sure, you’re going to need some hard drive space as well, but 250mb is nothing in todays world of tb hdd’s.

Let us know what you think about this new method to Stream Any Game, in the comments below.

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