NEW DELHI: Bharti Airtel Limited said it has successfully conducted India's first cloud gaming session in a 5G environment. The demonstration was conducted in Manesar (Gurgaon) as part of the ongoing 5G trials using spectrum allotted by the Department of Telecom (Government of India). Cloud gaming allows users to stream and play games in real time without having to download these or invest in gaming hardware. With the advent of 5G networks, cloud gaming is expected to become the new normal as users will be able to enjoy high end console like gaming experience on smartphones and tablets while on the move. India, with its vast youth population, growing smartphone penetration and 5G networks will see mobile gaming evolve into a $2.4 billion market opportunity. India's base of 436 million online gamers is expected to reach 510 million by 2022. Read also Nokia says telcos building pan-India 5G capacity to drive its biz growth Airtel’s fund raise to fortify competitive position, give ammo for 5G: Analysts Fundraise to help Airtel drive profitable growth; 5G launch in key cities: Sunil Mittal Airtel's capex to rise to $5 billion in FY22; may spend $1.5 billion to acquire 5G spectrum: Fitch "Cloud gaming… Read full this story
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