Nvidia notes Nintendo Switch cause for record gaming console revenue

Nvidia notes Nintendo Switch cause for record gaming console revenue

Colette Kress, the CFO of Nvidia, cited that the Nintendo Switch platform contributed to “record gaming console revenue” for the established company.

The success of the latest Nintendo platform has performed stronger than expected around the world coming off the back of the ill-fated Wii U.

CFO of Nvidia Colette Kress noted

We also have record gaming console revenue on strong demand for the Nintendo Switch. And we continue to grow our cloud gaming service, GeForce NOW, which has doubled in the past seven months to reach over 5 million registered users.

GeForce NOW is unique as an open platform that connects to popular game stores, including Steam, Epic Games, and Ubisoft Connect, allowing gamers access to the titles they already own.

About GeForce NOW

GeForce NOW is NVIDIA’s cloud-based game streaming service, delivering real-time gameplay straight from the cloud to your laptop, desktop, Mac, SHIELD TV, or Android device. Connect to your store accounts and stream your own library of games, or play your favorite free-to-play games.

With cloud saves for supported games, you can pick up your game where you left off, on any supported device, wherever you are.

GeForce NOW is currently available in over 80 countries. Visit this knowledge base article https://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5023  for a list of supported countries

Will GeForce NOW ever come to Nintendo Switch? And if so … would you at all be interested?