LG announces a partnership with the US company Nvidia. Together they are working on a Smart TV app from Geforce Now for devices with WebOS. Geforce Now is a cloud game streaming service that is currently available on Nvidia Shield, Windows PC, MacOS, Chrome OS and Android and the Safari browser for iPhone and iPad, according to a statement from LG .
With the new service, gamers should be able to play their game directly on LG’s TVs – at least with a compatible controller. According to the announcement, the beta version of the app is already available in the LG Content Store on selected 4k OLED, QNED MiniLED and NanoCell TV models from 2021 in 80 markets. The app currently enables immediate access to 35 free-to-play games, including “Rocket League”, “Destiny 2” and “Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy”. According to the manufacturer, the games can be played with a resolution of up to 1080px and 60 frames per second.
Incidentally, Swisscom’s Blue TV is now also available as an app on Apple TV. This gives users access to around 250 channels and games from top international leagues. You’ll find more about it here.