T-Mobile is partnering with Microsoft for xCloud testing

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Phone network T-Mobile has teamed up with Microsoft to bring xCloud testing to gamers around the world.

The network provider announced the news shortly after the reveal of xCloud’s public testing dates. For those who use T-Mobile as their primary provider, you may see better connectivity during the beta run for xCloud.

Anyone with an Android device will be able to connect to the provider’s 4G LTE network to play condole games on the go.

“We chose T-Mobile as our technical partner for the Project xCloud preview in the US to leverage their mobile expertise as we embark on the next phase of our cloud gaming journey,” Kareem Choudhry, Corporate Vice President for Project xCloud announced.

“T-Mobile’s strong network performance, excitement for gaming, and partnership will help us better understand how to meet the needs of gamers.”

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More about the topics: Project xCloud, t-mobile, Video Game Streaming, X Xbox One