Nvidia's cloud gaming service GeForce Now is coming to three more countries

Nvidia is bringing its cloud gaming service to three additional territories. The company announced today that GeForce Now is rolling out to Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Australia.

As part of this expansion, Nvidia has teamed up with telecommunications firms in those countries including Pentanet, Turkcell, and Zain KSA. Turkcell in Turkey is one of the newest members of the GeForce Now Alliance and it recently unveiled GeForce Now powered by GAMEPLUS. Pre-registration for interested gamers in that country is now open via this link.

Saudi Arabia's telecom provider, Zain KSA, is also planning to officially launch its GeForce Now service soon. It will mark the cloud gaming service's first release in the country.

Australia's Pentanet is also set to roll out GeForce Now to gamers in the country later this year. Nvidia noted that Pentanet built the "largest and fastest-growing fixed wireless network" in Perth.

These partners will also work to help reduce latency in gaming experiences using Nvidia's RTX servers. The company vows to add more partners to the alliance throughout this year in order to expand cloud gaming to new territories.

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