Blacknut’s new web browser experience unleashes the power of cloud gaming with over 500 PC and console games just a click away. – News from the European gaming industry

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Today, Blacknut is set to disrupt the cloud gaming industry once again with the release of its new web application experience. Blacknut furthers its vision of empowering the casual gamer by removing the need to install software and brings its extensive catalog of over 500 premium game titles to a native browser experience for Safari and Chrome.

This new feature exemplifies the pioneering mindset that made Blacknut a leader in cloud gaming and closer to its founding vision of bringing premium gaming to every connected device, everywhere.

Last year, Blacknut was already among the first to offer unlimited on-demand games on iOS via a Progressive Web App (PWA), making iPhone and iPad fully compatible with services already running on iOS. Windows, Mac, Linux, Android mobile and TV, or Fire TV apps. The new web app takes cross-device play even further.

Blacknut’s 70+ publishers can now reach an even wider audience, and casual gamers can get their hands on the best games the industry has to offer in a subscription service directly through a browser.

Blacknut’s service is, by design, compatible on a maximum of Internet-connected devices, to reach the target customer: the general public whose household has an average of 2.5 connected devices. With this new feature, Blacknut’s vast catalog of games now expands to any screen that supports Chrome or Safari.

“We’re thrilled to once again pioneer the future of cloud gaming with our web app, a much-requested feature from our community! With Blacknut’s huge catalog of games now available through popular browsers globally, we can estimate that our cloud gaming service will reach 10 billion tablets, PCs, smartphones and more on the planet by 2023(1) –– Olivier Avaro CEO, Blacknut

“Our technology already allows all Windows games to be integrated into Blacknut without additional effort from developers. This new feature will create an even easier opportunity for our publishers to extend the reach of their games to new audiences, new devices and new territories worldwide at no cost,” said Nabil Laredj, VP Business and Licensing at Blacknut.

Since going live in 2018, Blacknut has established itself as the leading independent player in consumer cloud gaming solutions, with a unique B2B2C distribution model. During these four years, Blacknut’s Cloud Gaming service has grown exponentially thanks to major partnerships such as Telecom Italia, AIS in Thailand, Hutchison Drei in Austria, POST Telecom in Luxembourg, Telecall in Brazil or the latest launch of Celcom in Malaysia. , and M1 in Singapore. For this vision and accomplishments, Blacknut was recently awarded the Red Herring Top 100, Europe award in December 2021.

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