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Android TVs will include support for Google Stadia in 2020, a report by XDA Developers on Monday revealed.
According to the publication, Google announced the news at the International Broadcasting Convention in Amsterdam.
Stadia is Google’s cloud-based gaming service that will allow players to game on any device, including, it seems, future Android TVs.
It is believed that Stadia integration, as it is called, will come to Android TVs with 2020’s Android 11 update.
At E3 in June, Google confirmed that Stadia will launch on 14 November 2019.
Players will be able to enjoy the likes of Destiny 2: The Collection, Borderlands 3 and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey on Google Stadia at launch.
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