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Amazon Luna expands to UK, Canada and Germany

Amazon announced its game streaming service on Wednesday (22). Luna Expanding to reach more territories. It can be done from today Residents of UK, Canada and Germany have official access – Since its launch, the site has been limited to the US.

The company has also announced It has already started selling its Amazon Luna controller in the new regions that have received the service. Costing £59.99, no accessory is required to access the site, it can be used with a mouse and keyboard and with popular products such as the DualShock 4 and Xbox controller.

Compatible with PC, Mac, iOS, Android, and Fire devices, unlike the discontinued Google Stadia Working with subscription limit settings. The most basic of all costs £8.99 monthly and offers access to over 100 games, while the £14.99 range adds 40 titles produced by Ubisoft to its back catalogue.

A Prime Gaming subscription brings benefits to Luna

Although Amazon sells it as a separate subscription to its Prime Gaming service, Luna also has benefits for active account holders.. This comes in the form of access to a rotating selection of games from the streaming platform, which currently includes games like Mega Man 11 and The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero.

Although the streaming platform has not received much attention in the company’s promotional materials, The current movement shows that she is an important part of his plans. Competitors like Microsoft’s xCloud have already demonstrated that there is real public interest in streaming games, as long as they are offered in a monetization model that makes sense.

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Amazon Luna went live in the US in late 2020 and spent more than a year in early access before officially launching on March 1, 2022. So far, the company has not revealed what its future expansion plans are. Not if the site is to officially come to Brazil.


An analysis conducted by CMA showed that the service trailed GeForce NOW and xCloud in terms of demographics.

Source: VGC