1 gb/s?! Can't be, video is 7gb/hr... Plus i think it would be very unlikely for 4k video game streams... even in 2022.. so 1080p video is about 1gb/hr, so 500hr/ would be 500gb.. not bad? I think? .Is this guy for real?
How many hours do you need to play, so that the streaming bandwith exceeds the single download size? Let's say you play in 4K, that is a reasonable expectation beyond 2020 and at 30fps, let's not get greedy here. That's 1GB of data / second. Let's say they have a damned efficient compression algorithm. So it compresses it 100:1. It is still 10MB/s. Let's round that up to 40GB / hour! So in 2-3 hours you waste more bandwith than the size of any game available now! And I don't know about you, but I tend to spend 20-80 hours with a game, with some having over 500 hours to their name.