How Gaming as a Service Works
How Gaming as a Service Works Gaming as a Service is a popular streaming platform that delivers content from the cloud to personal devices on demand. Advances in AI and edge computing are making a big difference in GaaS, and gamers can use any supported device with a decent GPU and a stable internet connection speed. Data centers maintain the gaming environment, process user commands, and deliver real-time results to players. Edge computing networks connect users' devices to the gaming cloud and reduce latency. Gamers can use any supported device with a decent GPU and a stable internet connection speed of at least 10 to 15 Mbps. Some GaaS games require a mobile or desktop app, but gamers can pick up wherever they left off using nearly any internet-connected device anywhere in the world. Blacknut provides a GaaS digital infrastructure powered by AMD-based GPU servers designed and distributed by Supermicro.