REVEALED: Blacknut Streaming Service ready to take on Google Stadia

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It was previously unheard of with streaming games over an internet connection.

Now, there's a wide choice, with Google and NVIDIA being established choices for streaming, for those who like the occasional play, whether that's due to a job or family.

However, with CES this week, another challenger has entered the fray with 'Blacknut', a new gaming streaming service that wants to be the primary choice in the space.

With that, here's what it offers, and what it's available on.

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What does it Offer?

Think of it like Google Stadia or Amazon Luna; pair a gaming controller such as an Xbox Series S/X variant, pair it up with a device that has the Blacknut app available, and simply go for it.

It's also on Google's Chromecast system, which is a first for a streaming service.

They're currently offering a special deal for £6.49 for three months, then £12.99 thereafter.

They are already touting the large library of games they have, over 400 available, such as:

  • Asphalt Racing
  • Call of Juarez: Gunslinger
  • Mini Metro
  • Steel Rats
  • Double Dragon Trilogy
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READ MORE: Google Stadia and GeForce NOW confirmed for LG's 2021 televisions.

How does it Compare?

While launching as a company in 2016, it only seems like now that they want to push their service to the masses.

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While their library doesn't feature a plethora of established franchises such as Tomb Raider or Assassin's Creed, they do seem to offer a streaming service that can easily eclipse what Apple Arcade is offering.

If you haven't used a streaming service for games as yet, Blacknut is a great method in showing what's possible here. While its ease of use is appreciated, it could do with some well-known titles to make it even more relevant.

However, if you're watching CES this week, they are offering showcases of what the service offers.

READ MORE: Google Stadia REVIEW: Is it worth paying for?