The Verge reports that Verizon is the latest company to throw its hat into the game streaming ring, with a trial of its upcoming service that it’s quietly running with some customers on Nvidia Shield set-top boxes. According to the report, Verizon is testing its cloud-based service by sending participants a Shield, an Xbox One controller, and login credentials to access more than 135 games. The titles are currently available through a Verizon Gaming app that’s pre-installed on these Shields, and it’ll arrive on Google Play for Android devices later this month. That makes sense for Verizon‘s mobile carrier and…

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Verizon is testing a game streaming service targeting Android devices
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