How to Get Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now on LG TV

Playing online games is better on the bigger screen. That said, LG is bringing in two of the most popular cloud gaming services. LG recently announced that it will now have Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now apps on its smart TV this 2021.

LG uses its operating system called webOS instead of the usual Android TV OS that most smart TV manufacturers use. It will be the first non-Google smart TV to offer Google Stadia to its users. At the same time, 2021 models of LG smart TVs with “Game Optimizer” settings will also be the first to offer Nvidia GeForce Now in a TV.

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Google Stadia is a cloud gaming service by Google. GeForce Now is run by Nvidia. Both gaming services offer games that users can stream and play with an Internet connection. Google Stadia is best known for its games like Assassin’s Creed, Baldur’s Gate 3, Destiny 2, Rage 2, and Red Dead Redemption 2. GeForce Now gives you Fortnite, Warframe, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, League of Legends, and Dota 2.

Download Stadia and GeForce Now Game Streaming Services on LG Smart TVs

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Once released, you can download and install both the Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now apps from the LG Content Store on your 2021 LG smart TVs.

On your LG TV remote control, press the Home button. Select More Apps and then go to LG Content Store. Click Apps on the top of the screen. Now, look for Google Stadia and click to open. Then, click the Install button. Do the same with Nvidia GeForce Now.

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To install the apps, make sure your LG smart TV has webOS 5.0 or 6.0. LG Smart TV 2021 models have webOS 6.0 while 2020 models have webOS 5.0.

Google Stadia is coming to LG smart TV on the second half of 2021. Nvidia GeForce Now is following later in the year.

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Eddie Mendoza
Eddie Mendoza
With a Bachelor’s degree in IT, Eddie has a natural knack for troubleshooting gadget issues. With more than 10 years of blogging experience under his belt, writing and publishing articles for streaming and related services is one of his main act. When not on his computer, you can find him tinkering his guitars.

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