Lenovo Becomes First PC Company to Announce Collaboration with Stadia Pro

Lenovo Becomes First PC Company to Announce Collaboration with Stadia Pro

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Lenovo has teamed up with Google to offer three months of free access to Stadia Pro, the cloud gaming subscription service offered by Google. Free access will be available on new Lenovo Legion and IdeaPad gaming PCs.

Stadia is the gaming service from Google that allows players to instantly play more than 130 games across their devices, PC, phone and TV, with no game downloads or updates. Games can be purchased individually or with a Stadia Pro subscription.

Stadia Pro includes a collection of free games to claim and play instantly, with new games added every month, and which are available to play as long as players remain subscribed to Stadia Pro. Pro subscribers also get exclusive discounts on other games available for purchase in the Stadia store. Games purchased on Stadia are available to players permanently without additional fees or subscriptions.

The collaboration means anyone who purchases a new Lenovo Legion or IdeaPad gaming PC will receive three free months of access to the Stadia Pro gaming experience. Customers will be able to redeem the optional offer via Lenovo Vantage, the “My Software” page on Lenovo devices, using a URL with a special redemption code. The offer will also be available via our Legion Gaming community on gaming.lenovo.com in select markets. The offer will roll out starting this month in 22 markets across North America and Europe.

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