If you are interested in taking the new Valve Steam In-Home Streaming service for a spin during its early development stages. You might be interested to learn that registration has now been opened for the upcoming Steam In-Home Streaming feature which is currently being developed by Valve.
The Steam In-Home Streaming service will begin its closed beta test phase in the next couple of months and has been designed to enable users to play PC games on other machines via their home network.
Successful Steam In-Home Streaming beta participants will be randomly selected from members of the Steam In-Home Streaming community. Valve’s Greg Coomer explained during the announcement of the company’s Steam Machines prototype earlier this year:
“High-powered SteamOS living room machines are nice, and fun to play with, and will make many Steam customers happy, but there are a lot of other Steam customers who already have perfectly great gaming hardware at home in the form of a powerful PC,
The prototype we’re talking about here is not meant to replace that. Many of those users would like to have a way to bridge the gap into the living room without giving up their existing hardware and without spending lots of money. We think that’s a great goal, and we’re working on ways to use our in-home streaming technology to accomplish it – we’ll talk more about that in the future.”
For more information on the new Steam In-Home Streaming service and to sign-up for a chance to take part in the closed beta esting phase jump over to the Steam website for details.
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