uch-anticipated cloud gaming service Gaikai has offered access to its first wave of beta sign-ups.
Gaikai allows users to stream and play games hosted on remote servers, with boss Dave Perry signing a number of high profile deals for the service.
"We are working with lots of publishers / retailers / media sites / electronics makers / telecom companies etc," he wrote on his blog. "We have at least 60 deals in the pipe at some stage."
Perry also claimed Mass Effect 2 was attracting the most attention. "Bioware simply rocks. They've been very supportive as has Electronic Arts.
"The good news for them is we are getting a surprising amount of people clicking 'BUY' without even making them a special offer."
He claimed 15 of Gaikai's 24 data centers were being used as a result of the closed beta launch, which is offering access to players in batches of 10,000. So far, 11,000 users have been allowed in.
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