Microsoft partners with cloud gaming services in new contracts.

Microsoft has signed contracts with cloud-based game services Boosteroid and Ubitus, giving them access to Microsoft’s titles for 10 years.

Microsoft Signs Contracts with Cloud-Based Game Services Boosteroid and Ubitus

In the second half of last month, we reported that Microsoft would put pressure on Sony with the help of NVIDIA and Nintendo. However, it looks like they won’t stop there as they have signed contracts with companies that provide cloud-based game services called Boosteroid and Ubitus too.

This also gives these companies a ten-year partnership like their two big competitors already own. Although these new names may seem unfamiliar to some, it is worth knowing about them. Boosteroid has a market mainly in Europe while Ubitus is best known in Japan and Taiwan.

Boosteroid and Ubitus will now have access to Microsoft’s titles for at least ten years through this deal. This partnership can be especially useful for both parties since Microsoft is still trying to prove that its possible acquisition of Activision Blizzard would not reduce market competition.

Nintendo Switch console users can play games such as Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Control, Hitman 3, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Resident Evil 7and Resident Evil Village through systems provided by Ubitsu.<\p>