It sounds like Google might be working on a game streaming service. According to a report from The Information, the tech juggernaut has been floating the idea for a streaming service (like PlayStation Now or NVIDIA’s GeForce Now) for around two years. The service is codenamed “Yeti” and Google is apparently even testing hardware for it as well. The Information‘s sources say that the service might stream to a Chromecast, and that hiring Phil Harrison last month as VP of hardware — formerly of Microsoft and Sony’s gaming divisions — could point toward a standalone gaming console.
Source: The Information