ASUS and StarHub are teaming up to bring GeForce Now cloud gaming to ASUS laptop users.
The partnership will provide gamers with access to a vast library of more than 1,000 games across nearly all their devices, without the need for hefty downloads or dedicated gaming rigs. The service is offered exclusively on GameHub+, StarHub’s dedicated platform for gamers.
From April 1 – June 30, 2022, those who purchase selected ASUS laptops can enjoy two-months of free GeForce Now powered by StarHub subscription worth S$39.98.
New and existing subscribers can enjoy an additional S$100 off selected ASUS laptops at the ASUS Online Store by redeeming a discount code either through email or in the rewards section of their My StarHub app (for StarHub subscribers).
NVIDIA GeForce Now cloud gaming service is delivered from NVIDIA’s RTX servers hosted at StarHub. With the service, ASUS users will be able to play games at 1080p and 60fps on their devices.
The service works with more than 300 publishers and offers over 1,000 premium games, including 80 of the biggest free-to-play games such as Apex Legends, Dota 2 and Destiny 2.
Games are updated weekly to support new features and the library will continue to expand to provide more playing options for gamers.
Subscribers can link their Steam, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect and more PC games store accounts to GeForce Now powered by StarHub and add the titles that they already own to play them across nearly any of their devices.
“This collaboration will enable our users to do more with their everyday laptop. With GeForce NOW Powered by StarHub, you don’t need high-performance hardware to have high quality gaming experience.” said Eddie Teng, Head of Marketing at ASUS Singapore.
“By shifting game processing to the cloud, gamers can play graphically demanding games without being bogged down by hardware constraints, and immerse themselves in their favorite titles anytime and anywhere.” said Maneesh Varma, Vice President of Marketing and Communications at StarHub.
In September 2021, StarHub became the first in Southeast Asia and only telco in Singapore to introduce the GeForce Now cloud gaming service.