Nintendo Enters Mobile Markets – Is Cloud Gaming Dominance In Sight?

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Microsoft recently entered a ten-year agreement with British tech company EE in order to extend their cloud service and mobile gaming. it’s no secret that the tech giant wants to make gaming a completely digital ecosystem, where gamers can access games from a digital library, play them, and return them to the cloud. Microsoft made the announcement of the agreement with EE, but has provided few details on what the ten-year partnership will entail. Could this partnership help Microsoft reach its goal of creating a fully digital gaming ecosystem with the broadest reach yet? We also discuss how Nintendo is working to strengthen the digitalization of its business and create new value-added services under the name Nintendo Systems.


00:00 – Microsoft and EE Enter Ten-Year Agreement: What Does It Mean for the Future of Gaming?02:33 – Heading: Microsoft’s Ten-Year Agreement with British Mobile Company EE: What Does It Mean?08:10 – Microsoft’s Ten-Year Partnership with EE: Examining the Impact on the Gaming Industry10:44 – “Exploring Nintendo’s Digitalization and Potential for a Nintendo Phone”12:16 – Discussion on the Potential Impact of Nintendo Entering the Mobile Market16:25 – Analysis of the Potential Success of a Nintendo TV18:30 – “Exploring Nintendo’s Potential Partnership with DNA and Microsoft’s Upcoming Showcase”21:09 – Heading: Microsoft’s Upcoming Xbox Bethesda Showcase – June 6th24:35 – “Exploring the Xbox Ecosystem: A Discussion on the Upcoming Xbox Bethesda Showcase”


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Gregory is a military veteran, content creator, avid gamer and host of the GZ Chop Shop podcast.Gregory is a military veteran of 8 years. After leaving the service, Gregory has pursued his passion for content creation and has since been producing podcasts and written articles across varying topics like technology and gaming. In his free time, Gregory is an avid gamer. His passion for the industry is evident in what he produces every day.

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