Gamestream

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Gamestream
Native name
Cloud Gaming.
Private
IndustryTechnology
Founded2015; 6 years ago (2015)
Founder
  • Ivan Lebeau
  • Olivier Lebigot
Headquarters
Paris
,
France
Number of locations
Paris, Nancy and Dubai
ProductsVideo game solutions
Number of employees
30
Websitegamestream.biz

Gamestream is a privately held technology company founded in 2015 by Ivan Lebeau and Olivier Lebigot[1]. and specialized in streaming video game solutions – known also as Cloud Gaming.

History

In 2014, Ivan Lebeau founded a consulting company named Prodeo enabling traditional medias and video game companies to build successful partnerships. He was later joined by Olivier Lebigot to provide technical expertise.

A project idea emerges, which is inspired by the video game "Remission" designed with the aim of helping patients to fight their diseases through a psychosomatic effect. "Healing through video games" is the goal.[2].

Technology

The H. 265 codec is also designed with low-latency applications in mind, and it provides the ability to partition video frames into regions called slices. On operations, games are installed and hosted on remote servers which take care of real-time rendering of the image and sound before broadcasting it directly to a screen via an Internet connection.

Market & applications

Gamestream streaming video game solutions are destined for the B2B market[3]. Launched commercially in 2019 after 4 years of research and development, the company targets telecom and hospitality professionals (hotels, hospitals…).

Business model

Gamestream market proposition offers a turnkey and “multi-device” solutions (TV, smartphone, PC and tablet) that includes technological features such as full HD and 4K gaming experience, completed by unlimited access to a video game catalog curated from the market’s main publishers (Disney, Capcom, Codemasters).

For hotels, Gamestream’s services are available through the lobbies and rooms.

Customers

·Accor (leading hotel chain in France & Europe)[4]

·Chunghwa_Telecom (leading operator in Taiwan)[5]

·Etisalat (leading telecom operator in the United Arab Emirates) under the brand eLife TV Gaming[6]

·Medion (leading PC brand in Germany)[7]

·Sunrise (Europe’s leading 5G telecom operator in Europe)[8]

·Telkom Indonesia (leading operator in Indonesia) under the brand gameQoo[9]

Company

Located in Paris, Nancy and Dubai, Gamestream® employs 30 people

Financing

In march 2019, Gamestream raises €1,6 million in funding to accelerate the deployment of its solution.[10]

In may 2020, Gamestream has secured additional capital in the amount of €3.5 million in order to strengthen its position as a global leader in B2B Cloud Gaming solutions.[11]

In the media

              

References

  1. Ab, Makar; Ke, McMartin; M, Palese; Tr, Tephly (1975-06-09). "Formate Assay in Body Fluids: Application in Methanol Poisoning". Biochemical medicine. PMID 1. Retrieved 2020-05-22.
  2. "Gamestream, une start-up qui innove dans le monde du gaming". 2019-08-09.
  3. "Gamestream raises €3.5m to build up B2B cloud gaming technology". GamesIndustry.biz. Retrieved 2020-06-08.
  4. "CES 2018 : Gamestream veut conquérir le monde avec ses jeux vidéo en très haut débit". La Tribune (in français). Retrieved 2020-06-08.
  5. [email protected] "Cloud Gaming 4K en 5G : le français Gamestream s'associe au Taiwanais Chunghwa Telecom - Next INpact". www.nextinpact.com (in français). Retrieved 2020-06-08.
  6. "Etisalat launches UAE's first cloud gaming service | Gamestream". gamestream.biz. Retrieved 2020-06-08.
  7. "COVID-19 : Medion et Gamestream offrent un accès gratuit et illimité aux jeux présents sur Medion Erazer Cloud Gaming". actualites Hightech jeux video cinema (in français). 2020-04-17. Retrieved 2020-06-08.
  8. "Sunrise & Gamestream launch the world's first cloud gaming service up to 4K resolution | Gamestream". gamestream.biz. Retrieved 2020-06-08.
  9. "Telkom Digital Summit 2019 | Gamestream". gamestream.biz. Retrieved 2020-06-08.
  10. "Gamestream lève 3,5 M€ pour son offre B2B de Cloud Gaming". Capital Finance (in français). 2020-05-19. Retrieved 2020-06-08.
  11. Bregeras, Guillaume (2020-05-19). "Cloud Gaming : Gamestream lève 3,5 millions d'euros". Les Echos Executives (in français). Retrieved 2020-06-08.

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