Yes, we support the cloud streaming of video games on mobile phones, as well as tablets.

There are some exceptions you need to be aware of:

  1. Only video games with the support of a gamepad can be launched.
  2. Not all mobile phones and tablets can be used.
  3. Mouse and keyboard controls are not supported.
  4. A phone or tablet needs to be charged at more than 50% and the energy-saving mode should be disabled.
  5. The functionality is currently in testing mode.

In details about the requirements,

Android Phone Requirements:

- A phone with 2GB RAM

- OpenGL ES 3.2

- Android 5.0 or higher

- Bluetooth or OTG (support)

- The latest version of Google Chrome

- h.264 hardware decoding (support)

- WebRTC (support)

Possible problems and questions:

- The service does not work on Huawei and Honor phones; since WebRTC is not supported on the phones from these manufacturers.

- The back button of a gamepad closes the game session - on the part of a phone, the back button of the connected gamepad is a system button and fulfills the back action in the browser. To use the function of the "back" button, you have to use the "back" button drawn on the phone screen.

iPhone Requirements:

- iPhone version 7 or higher

- Safari web browser

Possible problems and questions:

- The "back" and "start" buttons are not recognized by iPhone. To use the function of the "back" and "start" buttons, you should use the "back" and "start" buttons drawn on the phone screen.

- Left and right stick press functions are not yet supported but will be implemented in the future.

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