The operator has used Nvidia’s GeForce Now technology to extend its gaming reach to owners of computers that do not meet the system requirements to support modern gamines.
Users can register with Beeline Gaming, install its cloud-based gaming application and log in.
The service is available for a subscription of RUB999 (€12.45) a month plus the cost of games.
The service is available on Windows-based computers, Macs and Android devices, with a selection of free games and free trials to encourage take-up.
The service adapts to the internet connection of individua subscribers, with a minimum of 25Mbps required for the full experience, according to Beeline.
Users do not need to install games on their own device, saving space, and can save their progress in individual games in the cloud.
Beeline currently offers about 500 games in its catalogue. Users need to have a computer operating Windows 7 64-bit or higher, MacOS verson 10.10 or higher, or Android 5.0 or later.
Beeline launched its cloud gaming offering in late 2019.
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