Gamestreaming is a popular way for gamers to access their favorite titles from anywhere. Nvidia's Gamestream was a popular choice for many gamers, but now that Nvidia is shutting the service down, many gamers are left in a dark, looking for alternatives.
Gamestream was widely used in combination with Moonlight, an open-source client which could be used to stream gamers from one device to another. Now that Gamestream is going away, gamers are left to explore the alternatives.
One of those alternative options for you might be a cloud gaming and video streaming service, called Clastr.
Clastr is a browser-based video streaming platform that offers a unique feature: the ability to stream games from your PC, to any device, via the Browser.
One of the major advantages of Clastr is its browser-based streaming feature. This means that you can stream games directly from your web browser, without the need to download any additional software on the client device. This makes it extremely convenient and easy to use, as you can stream games from any device with a web browser. Because of that, you can use Clastr with the PC, Mac, Android, and iOS devices, making it a great option for gamers who want to play on the go.
Clastr Demo (how we decided to call our free video streaming service) is free to use. This makes it a great choice for gamers on a budget who still want high-quality streaming and a wide range of features.
In conclusion, if you're looking for an alternative to Nvidia's Gamestream, consider giving Clastr a try. Its browser-based streaming, wide device support, and affordable pricing make it a great choice for gamers of all levels.
Check out the Demo version of Clastr here
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