MarketWatch First Take: Google and Nvidia display competing views of the future of streaming videogames

At different ends of the Bay Area, the CEOs of two tech giants espoused different visions for a streaming future for videogames on Tuesday.

Alphabet Inc.’s GOOGL, +1.17%GOOG, +1.23% Google made the bigger splash by far in unveiling a videogame streaming service called Stadia at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Google talked in broad strokes about a service that allows players to access games from a variety of devices without having to buy a console, high-end gaming PC or other expensive hardware — gamers instead play within the Chrome browser.

In San Jose, Jensen Huang, co-founder and chief executive of Nvidia Corp.

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