Some services have been announced by technology companies, such as Google Stadia to Nvidia GeForce Now.
Not to forget Microsoft is currently planning a trial of its cloud gaming service, xCloud.
The Xbox maker said it would begin a series of Project xCloud trials.
The xCloud project will be publicly tested starting early October 2019.
Microsoft's cloud gaming service provides AAA class games.
Games with capable graphics can be played on various mobile platforms, ranging from mobile phones to tablets.
Games can be played as long as you have an account to access xCloud.
Unlike the Azure cloud gaming service that is still being set up, xCloud still requires an Xbox console.
For a while xCloud is only able to play games that are connected to an Android device.
The minimum player to use a cellphone or tablet with Android 6.0 and Bluetooth 4.0 and Xbox One joystick.
Unfortunately, xCloud runs public trials in selected countries: the United States, the United Kingdom, and South Korea.
There are 4 games that can be played while testing: hello 5: Guardians, Gears 5, Killer Instinct, and Sea of Thieves.
The presence of this service will certainly be highly anticipated, because at least you can play AAA games on your cellphone or tablet.