Google announced at their Made by Google 2019 event that Stadia will be online starting November 19th.
Support in Fourteen Countries from Day One
Stadia isn't a platform where you download and play games, but directly steam the game you're playing directly from a server. The service works by setting up a PC or Chromecast to a TV, tablet, or Phone (Pixel 2, 3, 3a, and 4 at release), and playing. Stadia will allow play from many different platforms.
Mark your calendars! Stadia will start arriving November 19.
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On November 19th, Google Stadia will start in 14 countries across the globe: Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, and the United States, and at that time, limited to the Pro tier users.
For countries other than these, be sure to keep checking here for updates!
The Long Awaited Service Starts
Although with other cloud services such as PlayStation Now, Xbox Live Gold, and Apple Arcade, many users are waiting for their chance to play Stadia.
With out the need of a a full fledged console and the sometimes-annoying exclusive titles practically nonexistent, Stadia is definitely going to make its place in the world of Cloud Gaming.
Stay tuned to Saiga NAK for more updates.