A new player arrives to sow Discord in the game streaming market
Subject: General Tech | October 17, 2018 - 01:58 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: gaming, game streaming. discord nitro, discord
Discord, the popular online communications software have finally moved their game shopping and streaming service into beta. For a $10/month fee you gain access to quite a few games, ranging from the absurd, through old classics to relatively new releases. If there is a game you are looking for not covered under the subscription fee you may be able to find it for sale in their online store. If you are interested you can check it out for a month, or subscribe for a whole year to save a bit of cash. Cheers to [H]ard|OCP for spotting that this morning.
"Discord Nitro now includes a growing library of critically acclaimed games that we think you and your friends should play. Subscribing to Nitro now costs $9.99 a month. As of today, there's over 60 curated games for you to download and play at a total value of over $1000."
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