Australia’s own gaming-focused Internet service provider, Pentanet, has announced that it will be bringing GeForce NOW to the coast of Australia in partnership with NVIDIA on October 19.
After beta testing began in September, Pentanet has seen over 100,000 cloud gaming sessions with GeForce NOW, which equates to 3 million minutes of play, and is now ready to bring the service to gamers across the country.
At launch, GeForce NOW Powered by Pentanet will provide more than 1,000 games through the service by connecting users’ existing platform accounts, such as Steam, Epic Games Store, and GOG, to play the games they own via RTX-enabled cloud streaming. There will also be over 100 free-to-play games on the service.
The ‘Priority’ version of the service will give users access to the full power of RTX when streaming games, as well as extended play sessions and priority queues, while the ‘Basic’ membership will be available for users to check out for a limited time. the service is free, albeit limited to one-hour sessions and without RTX features.
To celebrate the launch, Pentanet is offering limited Founders Priority pricing. Starting at 5pm AWST, users can claim a Priority membership for AU$19.99 per month on a monthly subscription or a discounted rate of AU$17.99 per month for a 12-month subscription.
Check out the Cloud.GG portal for the latest on GeForce NOW Powered by Pentanet and to get involved.