Google Stadia is now available on LG’s Smart TVs


From now Google Stadia is available on LG Smart TVs with WebOS 5.0 or 6.0, that is, all models that arrived on the market from 2021 onwards.

Google Stadia
Google Stadia

As promised earlier this year, Google Stadia is now usable with the most recent models of LG Smart TVs through the dedicated official app, without the need for additional devices, other than a controller. Specifically, the compatible models are all those with WebOS 5.00 or 6.00 or practically those released on the market from 2020 onwards.

At CES 2021, the Korean company announced the arrival of full compatibility with GeForce Now and Google Stadia services by the end of 2021, thus strengthening the position of LG TVs in the gaming market. As for Google’s cloud gaming platform, the promise was kept almost at the photo finish, given that there are just over twenty days to go until the end of the year.

From now on, the Google Stadia app is therefore available for LG TVs with WebOS 5.00 and 6.00 and you can download it directly from this link. Of course, it will be possible to take advantage of the features of the company’s latest models, such as 4K resolution, HDR, and 5.1 surround sound. The app is compatible with the Stadia Controller but also with other controllers that can be connected via Bluetooth and USB.

This is a novelty that could appeal to many owners of the latest-generation LG model since it allows you to transform your TV into a gaming station without buying or connecting a console or other devices.

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