“The launch of this closed beta is an important milestone for GameString, and takes us one step further to making cloud gaming a reality for the entire game nation,” said GameString CEO Chris Boothroyd. “We are preparing for a full public beta launch later this year, which has already received more than 10,000 registrants. Our goal is to collaborate with a sophisticated group of individuals with advanced tech chops who are really interested in being a part of the next generation of online gaming, and who have the capabilities to really put our technology to the test. Those selected to participate will use Adrenalin to take their games with them literally wherever they go, from broadcasting their games through services such as Justin.tv to continuing their games on their Android devices. Without a doubt, the beta test will be fun and game-changing.”
The Adrenalin software makes games playable from a host desktop/laptop computer to remote devices. Beta applicants will be required to list their hardware and networking capabilities to ensure they meet the minimum requirements for the program, including operating system, processer, RAM, video card/chipset, Internet speed, and proficiency with software, routers and other network components. GameString is also interested in what devices beta testers would like to use to play remote games.
For more information, visit http://adrenalin.gamestring.com.
GameString provides game streaming technology that uses the web to host and deliver high quality gaming entertainment to anyone, anywhere on any device with a web browser. GameString's Dual Mode hosting allows even the most demanding 3D and CPU intensive games to be played on desktops, laptops, tablets, set-top boxes and smartphones. For more information, visit http://www.gamestring.com.