Of all the technologies that are coming to affect gaming, — which brings much faster wireless broadband speeds to smartphones and other devices on mobile networks — is one of the biggest.
But it’s also in some ways unpredictable in terms of its impact. It could introduce more cloud-based services, such as the that Sprint launched with its 5G service. It could bring more multiplayer games and subscription titles, as well as other things.
To study this topic, we convened a panel to talk about 5G and gaming at a recent webinar. Our panel included Marc Cook, solution account director at Treasure Data; Nick Thomas, vice president of commercial partnerships at Hatch; and Bryan Fries, vice president of 5G strategy at Sprint.
One of the