NASCAR 21: Ignition and KartKraft available to stream on GeForce Now

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NASCAR 21: Ignition and KartKraft are the latest racing titles to join Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service, so you can carry on sim racing away from the PC.

Stream NASCAR 21: Ignition and KartKraft on GeForce Now

With NVIDIA GeForce Now, players can stream NASCAR 21: Ignition and KartKraft on just about any device including Windows PCs, Macs, Android and iOS mobile devices, 2022 Samsung TVs, and more.

Notably, this marks the first time KartKraft has been available on a platform other than PC.

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"Our objective is to make the thrill of motorsports accessible to everyone and bring great player-first experiences to fans wherever they are,” said Dmitry Kozko, CEO of Motorsport Games.

"Making our NASCAR and Karting games available on GeForce NOW allows fans to enjoy our games even on certain Samsung TVs without a console. We cannot wait for our players to try out this new experience and are excited to work with NVIDIA, an innovative company that continues to push gaming forward."

GeForce Now subscription prices

If you want to stream NASCAR 21: Ignition and KartKraft via the cloud, there are three GeForce Now subscription tiers.

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Aimed at causal players, a free subscription gives you up to one hour of stream time. Available for £8.99 per month or £44.99 for six months, a priority membership offers sessions up to six hours a day, 1080p and 60fps. For £17.99 a month/£89.99 for six months, the top RTX 3080 subscription lets you play for up to eight hours a day up to 4K resolution and 120fps.

NASCAR 21: Ignition and KartKraft are the first titles from Motorsport Games to join the GeForce Now library of over 1,000 games, but plenty of other racing games can be streamed on cloud-gaming service including Assetto Corsa Competizione, art of rally, and Hot Wheels Unleashed.