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M1 has announced that it is launching Zolaz, a cloud gaming subscription service that allows customers to play anywhere, anytime and on any device. 

Zolaz caters to both mid-core and casual gamers with an “all-you-can-play” on-demand gaming experience. Subscribers will gain instant and unlimited access to over 400 high-quality PC and console titles, including those by AAA publishers. Similar to Netflix and Spotify’s click-and-play models, games are streamed directly to users’ preferred devices without the need to wait for download and installation. A single account can be shared with up to four other profiles. 

Games in the catalog include the BAFTA Games Award-nominated first-person shooter, Metro Exodus; the action RPG co-op shooter from the Warhammer world, Warhammer: Chaosbane; and the popular party game, Overcooked. Individual high scores and game history can also be stored directly in the cloud, freeing up device data storage.  

“Cloud gaming has always been a possibility, but its potential has so far depended on network speeds, data tariffs and latency. M1’s True 5G network resolves this with its high speed and low latency so that graphically intensive games can now be seamlessly played on-the-go and without need for expensive hardware,” said Manjot Singh Mann, chief executive officer, M1. “M1 is on track to roll-out nationwide 5G outdoor coverage by the end of this year. Zolaz is part of our 5G ambitions to develop and launch 5G commercial use cases across consumer, enterprise and government sectors.” 

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