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Two founders have left the PC Gaming Alliance



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Two founders have left the PC Gaming Alliance


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Both Microsoft and NVIDIA have left an alliance working for the future of PC gaming.

The PC Gaming Alliance lost two of its founding members after the organization’s president confirmed that both Microsoft and NVIDIA had left the alliance working for the future of PC gaming. Matt Ployhar he did not want to comment on the move, and the reasons are still unclear, but he denied that it would shatter the group’s strength.

In parallel, Ployhar also said that he believes the future of PC games is not in jeopardy, in fact. The organization is constantly analyzing the extent of piracy, which seems to have fallen a bit recently, at least for some types of games, statistics show. According to the association, because of new types of gaming concepts (MMOs, DLCs, online games, multiplayer, free pieces), it often makes no sense to play with illegal copies. At the same time, the organization is aware that some countries still classify them as “pirate paradises” (according to statistics from the beginning of the month: Brazil, France, Italy, Spain and China), but hopes that in the future these places will gradually return. the proportion of illegal copies will fall.