It’s not too soon, Google announces the arrival of its video game site Stadia on June 23 on Google TV and Android TV. Initially less than 10 devices will not fit. This service can be installed on Freebox Pop and Box but
Google Stadia has announced an innovation, Google Cloud Gaming operating system will be available on Google TV and Android TV in two weeks. Until now, you had to have a Chromecast Ultra to run Stadia on the TV screen. Since it’s two years after its launch, the service will reach service-specific connected TVs but not the Nvidia Shield or even the Xiaomi boxes. About ten devices are already certified, but Google confirms that Stadia can be accessed on all other Android TV sets, although there is a risk of encountering some uncertainties. So it can be installed on Freebox Pop and Box.
Available since its introduction on smartphones and tablets (iOS and Android), it is an on-demand platform designed by Google for playing video games and therefore easily accessible on TV.
List of devices compatible with Google Stadia
- Chromecast with Google TV
- HighSense Android TV (U7G, U8G, U9G) and Philips 8215, 8505 and LED 935/805 Android TV.
- Nvidia Shield and Nvidia Shield Pro
- On FHD streaming stick and UHD streaming device
- Xiaomi Boxes: MIBOX3 and MIBOX4
Source: Google Stadia
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