Cloud game streaming has been gaining more and more space in gamers’ homes in Brazil. Now, Claro seems to have understood this expansion somehow and is now offering a good advantage to customers who play.

During Gamescom Latam, which took place last weekend in São Paulo, the company announced the Claro Gaming GeForce Now, an option from the Claro Gaming catalog that will allow players to enjoy a list of games from the Nvidia service.

How much does Claro Gaming GeForce Now cost?

The partnership between Claro, Nvidia and ABYA promises to “transform the experience” of players who play online here. To this end, Claro Gaming GeForce Now offers three subscription packages to customersbeing them:

  • Post 60 GB + GeForce Now (smartphones) —R$ 169,90
    • 30 GB for social networks and videos;
    • GeForce Now subscription included;
    • Services for reading and watching videos (Skeelo, Claro Banca and Truecaller).
  • 750 mega + GeForce Now (broadband) —R$ 213,80
    • 750 mega of internet;
    • Wi-Fi 6;
    • GeForce Now subscription;
    • Various services (Globo Play, Claro Video, Skeelo, CNA Library, etc.).
  • GeForce Now subscription for Claro customers — R$63.90

How does Claro Gaming GeForce Now work?

Basically, any customer of the operator who chooses to subscribe to the new Claro Gaming GeForce Now plans will have access to Nvidia cloud streaming. The service supports a vast library of games that can be played directly from the browser.

However, unlike Xbox Cloud Gaming, for example, GeForce Now games need to be purchased from digital stores. There are more than 1,900 titles to choose from, but there is also a list of some that are free to play.

Additionally, it is also possible to integrate GeForce Now with other platforms, including Steam, Epic Games Store, Xbox, Ubisoft Store, Electronic Arts (EA App) and GOG (GOG Galaxy).

Claro Gaming GeForce Now can now be subscribed to by customers in Brazil.Source: Claro Gaming

The game streaming service requires speeds of 15 Mb/s for 1280 x 720 pixel resolution at 60 FPS, 25 Mb/s for 1920 x 1080p at 60 FPS and 45 Mb/s for 4K resolution at 120 FPS. To run on PC, you just need Windows 7 or higher, a 2 GHz processor, 4 GB of RAM and support for DirectX 11.

Of course, also consider that GeForce Now is compatible with a range of controllers — from generic ones to the DualSense (PS5), DualShock 4 (PS4) and those from the Xbox family.

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