In march, the Google Play Games on PC beta started spreading out as the official way to experience Android titles on Windows, and it’s now coming to Australia and Thailand.
This is the first development of the beta and comes on the Google support article detailing the waitlist. The “Region availability” list originally just added Hong Kong, Korea, and Taiwan. Thailand and Australia were recently added, though those two countries are not yet listed on the official Play Games for the PC landing page.
We’ve not recently spotted any reports of people in those two countries receiving invites, but users in Australia can now “Join the waitlist” rather than being told that the “beta isn’t available in your region now.”
Google, newly announced today PC for Google Play Games is putting its service into beta testing. In this context, it becomes available for three countries. The app was first launched last month. The Game Awards were announced at the time. In addition to offering Google Play games on platforms such as a mobile, tablet, and ChromeOS Windows PCIe also allows you to play.
Google, a new PC announced that its support will cover both laptop and desktop computers. Thus, players have the chance to continue their games on the computer from where they left off on the phone. This was an important step in ensuring continuity.