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As Microsoft continues its march toward delivering an Azure-powered streaming game service, the company simultaneously is targeting more third-party game developers with its apps and services. On March 14, Microsoft took the wraps off its “Microsoft Game Stack” — a collection of cloud services like Azure, Power BI, PlayFab, Mixer and Xbox Live, plus various development tools — which it will be marketing to game devs.
Microsoft officials have been saying for months that Project xCloud will allow users to stream the games they want on the devices they want with acceptable levels of latency. The first Azure server rack supporting Project xCloud already is installed in Microsoft’s Quincy, Wash.-based Azure datacenter, officials said earlier this year. Microsoft execs
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