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LG Uplus provides Black Desert via its cloud gaming system GeForce NOW

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LG Uplus Corp. began servicing Pearl Abyss’ mega-strike title Black Desert on Wednesday through its cloud gaming platform GeForce NOW.

Cloud gaming is an on the net gaming streaming assistance that enables customers to engage in a game remotely by means of servers and streams. Subscribers to LG Uplus’ 5G and Online products and services can now perform the significant excellent massively multiplayer on the web position-playing (Mmorpg) even with minimal-performing laptops or PCs through cloud.

Black Desert, released in December 2014, is Pearl Abyss’ blockbuster Laptop activity that recorded additional than 17 million customers in 150 countries around the world. Kim Gyeong-guy, Pearl Abyss main business enterprise officer (CBO), said he chose the cloud gaming system to make it possible for as several users as attainable to delight in the significant definition, substantial excellent recreation written content.

LG Uplus is also in talks with other game publishers which include Riot Game titles, Sq. Enix and Bungie to present their respective hit titles – League of Legends, Tomb Raider and Future Guardians – through its cloud. Son Min-seon, an government director in charge of cloud service, stated GeForce NOW will present high-high quality digital world accessible from any product on cloud.

LG Uplus will offer you a GeForce NOW trial membership valid for a month to customers of SK Telecom and KT from July 29 to August 19. It will also deliver generous prizes like Galaxy Guide Flex, laser gaming keyboard and mouse to participant

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By Lee Yong-ik and Choi Mira

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