Stadia arrives on Android TV and Chromecast with Google TV. It starts on June 23rd

Soon Stadia will make an important leap for its future. Google has announced that from 23 June it will expand the audience of devices that support Stadia including Chromecast with Google TV, some Android TVs and even Nvidia Shield TV. Devices that will increase in number over time.

In the complete list of new devices that will have full support for Stadia, Google has indicated the models of some Android TVs:

  • Chromecast con Google TV
  • Hisense Android Smart TV (U7G, U8G, U9G)
  • Nvidia Shield TV Pro
  • Onn FHD Streaming Stick e UHD Streaming Device (Walmart branded Android TV stick, ed)
  • Philips 8215, 8505, e OLED 935/805 Android TV
  • Xiaomi MIBOX3 e MIBOX4

However, if you have an Android TV that is not on this initial list, you can still try, in an unorthodox way, to launch Stadia as an experimental feature by simply downloading the app from the Play Store and logging into the app.

The most suitable pad for playing Stadia on Android TV is the Stadia Controller, but Google will soon update its help center article listing compatible devices.

Up until now, Stadia had been gaming territory only for smartphones, tablets, browsers, and Chromecast Ultra. Expanding the streaming game platform to new devices and especially Chromecast with Google TV – which has a low cost – or even integrating it into the TV you already own, could give Stadia greater visibility and attract the attention of many more users. .

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