Amazon will be entering the cloud gaming space to complete with Microsoft and Google.
The company has unveiled Luna, a cloud gaming service that will use the Amazon Web Services (AWS) as the backbone.
CNET have reported that the service will allow gamers to play anywhere, including on an iPhone and iPad, and early access is already available.
Luna will be playable on a number of platforms, including PC, Mac, Amazon's Fire TV as well as through web apps. The Android version is not available as yet.
Both Microsoft and Google have yet been able to get their services going on iOS devices due to Apple policies, which gives Luna a slight advantage over xCloud and Stadia.
However, Luna will not be available for use outside of mainland USA for now.