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The GFN.RU cloud gaming service, NVIDIA’s exclusive partner for promoting GeForce Now in Russia and the CIS, was created in 2019. The service allows its users to play resource-intensive video games on almost any non-gaming PC, TV, or smartphone running on Windows, macOS, Android, or iOS.

Today, GFN.RU is compatible with the largest video game distribution services and lets users run games directly from Steam, EGS, Ubisoft Connect, and other libraries. GFN.RU’s catalog already features more than 900 games that are stored on powerful servers and run through the cloud. The service’s instant connectivity is guaranteed by three server clusters, two of which are located in Moscow (in the iXc data center) and one in Yekaterinburg (in the Rostelecom data center). As of today, the service is used by more than 950 000 gamers.

“We try to do everything we can to provide every gamer the opportunity to play their favorite games, regardless of the device they use. To do this, we are constantly improving the GFN.RU service. The demand for our services became especially high after the start of lockdown, when the number of active users and playing time increased. The company is expanding its network of partners, which has already brought the service’s availability to a whole new level. GFN.RU has already reached its operating break-even point and is gradually transforming from a fast-growing startup into a prominent player in the Russian video game industry.”

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> 950 000
> 900
Server clusters in Moscow/Yekaterinburg

GFN.RU maintains strong partnerships with Rostelecom, M.Video, Eldorado, VTB, and Sberbank.

PJSC SFI owns 51% of the service GFN.RU.

The main strategic goal of GFN.RU is to make PC gaming available to everyone. To achieve this, the GFN.RU team is constantly optimizing the service infrastructure and developing relationships with its partners and internet service providers. In the future, GFN.RU plans to continue to develop and expand its capabilities by involving the best internet service providers, creating new servers to increase the service’s processing power and storage capacity, adding more games to the catalog, and optimizing the service for new devices and operating systems.

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