Onecast Adds Support for R3 & L3 on new MFi Controllers

Historically iOS Gamers have been at a bit of a disadvantage when compared to Android and PC Gamers. Controllers that Apple certifies for iPhone and iPad lack clickable Analog Sticks. This isn’t a big deal in native iOS titles, but it quickly becomes a problem when streaming a game to your device. The good news is that this is changing, and Onecast is one of the first Apps to officially support R3 and L3 for Game Streaming.

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Shadow releases new Launcher and Features

Shadow has been busy behind the scenes lately. Today they are releasing a new Launcher as well as a few new features. This update is so big that Shadow has nicknamed it Galahad. Continue reading to learn about everything that has changed.

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How is Rainway at the end of 2018?

It’s been almost a year since Rainway started their open beta in January of 2018. Things were rocky in the beginning, but have steadily improved. They plan to exit beta in January of 2019. That’s right around the corner. So how is Rainway today?

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A New Rainway is Coming Soon

It’s been seven months since Rainway launched their beta. In that time they’ve improved and innovated. Today they are comfortable with their core technology, and it’s time for a makeover. An all new Rainway is coming soon.

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Parsec Introduces Controller Support for their App

Parsec just released an overhauled App that allows users to opt into a Controller-friendly User Interface (UI). All Warp subscribers can begin testing the new Interface today.

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Parsec officially releases Party-Finder and Communities

Parsec wants Gaming to be a social experience. To this end, they’ve released the full version of their Party-Finder system to the public. Party-Finder allows you to connect with other Gamers to play virtually any Game online. Let’s take a deep-dive to see what it’s all about.

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GeForce Now Update allows you to Tweak more Settings

Nvidia is releasing yet another major update for GeForce Now. This time they’re giving you more control over your Streaming Settings on the computer. So where are these new Settings, and how do you use them?

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Vridge Coming to Oculus Store

Riftcat’s Vridge Streaming App is coming to the Oculus Store. This will allow users to enjoy PC VR Game Streaming on their Oculus Go without sideloading the App. This is just one of the enhancements that is coming with Riftcat 2.2.5 beta.

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LiquidSky Receives Funding from Alley!

Alley (Verizon) recently launched a campaign to fund start-ups that will take advantage of 5G network technology. In a recent posting on Verizon’s website, it was revealed that LiquidSky was among a group of startups who received funding in December 2017.

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How to Setup a Cheap Low-Priority Microsoft Azure Server for Cloud Gaming

Microsoft offers a powerful option for Cloud Gamers with their Azure system. As nice as their system is, a standard server can be very expensive. In this article, we will teach you how to setup a Low-Priority server that can cost as much as 60% less than a standard server.

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