NVIDIA’s GeForce Now game streaming service was recently launched and allowed gamers to play AAA titles on under-powered devices. One of the biggest game-makers Activision Blizzard has been part of GeForce Now since it was in beta, but in a turn of events they have pulled their entire game library from the streaming service. Activision Blizzard is responsible for games like the Call of Duty series, Overwatch and World of Warcraft so it is a pretty big blow to NVIDIA for them to up and leave the service.
It is unclear why Activision Blizzard has left the GeForce Now service. Many suspect that Activision Blizzard could be switching services or simply creating their own. The number of gamers playing Activision Blizzard games is quite large so if they do plan their own streaming service it would be quite profitable.