Cloud service chief left five months after the announcement –

Mark Witten, vice president of entertainment devices and services at Amazon, left his post this month to join Unity’s solution building division as Senior Vice President and General Manager. To put it more simply, Witten was Head of Amazon Luna, The e-commerce giant’s cloud gaming service.

This comes shortly after the disturbing news dedicated to Google Stadia decided to forgo developing internal titles in favor of slight support for third-party teams. We remind you that September 2020 Amazon Luna was revealed: Witten Then he leaves office five months after the announcement.

Cloud gaming service is Based on the Amazon Web Service infrastructure It allows users to stream games in 4K / 60 FPS maximum quality on multiple devices simultaneously with one account, using Fire TV, PC, Mac and iOS. Android support is in beta at the moment. The idea for Amazon Luna is to provide you with a series of Subscription channels Gives access to a series of games: At the moment, Luna + (a bunch of games from recent years) and Ubisoft + (the latest games from the French company) are available.

Currently, Amazon Luna is only available in the US: Is Service Head Abandonment a Symptom of Project Problems? The first road tests speak of service lights and shadows.

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