NVIDIA's GeForce NOW game streaming service is under quite a bit of pressure lately. Big names ames like Activision Blizzard and Bethesda have parted from the streaming service, and now added to that list is another game publisher, 2K games.
Similar to a story we heard earlier last week, Activision Blizzard mentions that they have never given permission to NVIDIA to stream their games on the platform, in specific once a beta period expires. So that seems to be a contract disagreement, perhaps it'll be worked out between the parties as in the end it's all about currency. Nvidia noted on their blog that they are talking with 2K Games in an effort to get the games back on the servers.
In other news NVIDIA is adding some titles, Tim Sweeney on Twitter notes that they will be supporting the platform
GeForce NOW is a game streaming service, with a free account on this service you can game an hour per day for free, and for RTX options or longer playtime, you have to subscribe and pay a monthly fee. GeForce NOW is only for streaming games you already own from a powerful cloud computer and thus in effect you a 'renting server' time to stream games you own and link through say Steam.