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Less than 3 years years after throwing a splashy launch event, Google is shutting down its game-streaming service Stadia

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Google announced on Thursday it was shutting down its cloud gaming service Stadia after two years.
It said Stadia "hasn't gained the traction with users that we expected."
Users will have access to their games through January 18.
Less than three years after launching its cloud gaming service Stadia, Google is shutting it down. Stadia launched in November 2019 as part of Google's aggressive expansion into gaming. But on Thursday, the company said it had "made the difficult decision to begin winding down our...
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