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Google starts rolling out refunds for Stadia gamers, will stop next year

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Google will shut down its cloud gaming service Stadia from January next year.
The company has started refunding the subscription fee to the users.
The company will send the employees of the Stadia team to another department.

New Delhi. Tech giant Google will shut down its cloud gaming service Stadia from January next year. Before discontinuing the service, the company has started refunding game add-ons and subscription fees to users. Google said that if users have made fewer than 20 purchases, they will receive an email for every transaction made on the Stadia store, but users who have made 21 or more transactions will receive a single email containing all There will be a list of transactions.

The company claimed that if it is unable to refund the payment to a user, it will email it to the Google account that users used for the transaction. That email will explain how users can set up a different method for the refund. The company further said that even if a user has deleted their Google account, they will try to refund the users.

In this regard, Phil Harrison, Vice President and General Manager of Stadia said that we had made the difficult decision to discontinue our Stadia streaming service. He said that many employees of the Stadia team will be sent to other parts of the company.

not gained popularity
Let us tell you that in September this year, Google announced the closure of its cloud gaming service Stadia. Google said that the company has taken this step because its gaming service did not get the popularity as it expected.

Other services have also stopped
It is worth noting that Google Stadia was launched in March of 2019. After the launch of the service, many people criticized the company for the high cost of the game. By the way, Stadia is not the only service to be discontinued by Googla. Prior to this, the company has also closed services like Google+, Google Currents, Hangouts, Google Auto, and Google Play Music.

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