E3 2010: Gaikai wants full service ‘by 2011’

Cloud gaming service Gaikai is heading to E3 one step closer to phase-one launch – but the company behind the revolutionary tech is aiming to expand the business fast.

In a new interview with Develop, Gaikai co-founder Andrew Gault expressed his optimism in focusing the business on rapidly-streamed in-browser game demos.

But when asked for a timeline of when the company will begin a full game streaming service similar to OnLive, he said: We’d like to do it tomorrow but it’s all about picking you battles. I think we’d like to start it in a year or so, all the company’s founders would like to target that.”

Full story can be found over at Develop

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