Here’s how to access, subscribe and use GeForce Now in Singapore

Who needs a thousand-dollar gaming rig or laptop when you can play AAA PC game titles directly from your mobile phone (or other platforms of your choice) for just a tiny fraction cost of it?

Finally the wait is over for Singapore residents! Now you can finally use a much more affordable gaming solution: The cloud gaming platform. Starhub – one of Singapore Telecom Operators – via its GameHub+ service, brought in NVidia GeForce Now to the lion city!


GeForce Now Singapore FAQ

Here’s a quick FAQ for those who are curious. Do ask your questions on comment section down below in case you can’t get what you are looking for here.

Q: Can GeForce Now work in Singapore?

A: Yes, GeForce Now works officially in Singapore now.

Q: How much does it cost to subscribe to GeForce Now?

A: Depends on when you read this, but right now (as of when this article is written) GeForce Now is FREE to use and play until 8th September 2021.
After 8th September 2021, monthly subscription is at $19.99/month.
There’ll be special subscription price for Starhub customers.

Q: Do you need to subscribe to Starhub to use GeForce Now in Singapore?

A: No, you don’t need. You can use any Singapore Internet & Telco provider. I personally tested GeForce Now Singapore using M1 Home Broadband and TPG 4G LTE for mobile broadband.

Q: Can I run GeForce Now in Singapore using 4G LTE connection?

A: Yes, you can. I have personally tested running some games using TPG Singapore 4G LTE Connection and the games were running great whenever you have good signal.

Q: How can I access GeForce Now in Singapore?

A: Check “Here’s how you can access GeForce Now in Singapore” section below.

Q: What are the list of games supported by GeForce Now in Singapore?

A: You can find the full & growing list of supported games here: https://www.gamehubplus.com/geforce-now/games.

Q: What are the devices supported and their minimum requirements?

A: Check “Here’s how you can access GeForce Now in Singapore” section below.


Here’s how you can register GeForce Now and use the GeForce Now Service in Singapore

Do the following steps to register and access GeForce Now in Singapore. You can do the following steps from either your Computer or your mobile device (tested).

1) Open https://www.gamehubplus.com/geforce-now/ and click on “Play Now”. You’ll be redirected to the sign up page.

2) On the sign up page, fill in your email address (as GameHub+ iD), username and password. Read the T&C, and only if you are ok, do tick “I agree” and click “Next”.

3) On the next step, you’ll be asked to verify your email. Open the email sent by GameHub+ and verify it.

4) Next step is to choose the available plan. Click on “Subscribe Now”. At the time this article is written, GeForce Now is still in promotion period, so there’s only 1 available plan: $0.0 a.k.a FREE. Going forward, the subscription price will be $19.99/month.

5) Next step is to fill in the Payment method. Key in your debit / credit card details, then scroll down to read the summary. If the summary given is ok, click “Checkout” to confirm your GeForce Now subscription. Depends on the card you are using, certain card requires you to key in the OTP number. Do key in the OTP if asked.

Then you’ll get the message “You’re all set!”. Proceed to the next section to access GeForce Now from your device(s).


Here’s how you can access GeForce Now in Singapore

Before able to access GeForce Now in Singapore, you have to first register as a member. If you have not done so, refer to “Here’s how you can register GeForce Now and use the GeForce Now Service in Singapore” section above to register.

You can use any of these platforms to access GeForce Now in Singapore:

PlatformMinimum RequirementDownload / Access Link
AndroidOS: Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or later
RAM: 1GB of available memory
Others: OpenGL ES3.1 support or higher.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nvidia.geforcenow
ChromeOSOS: Chrome browser 77.x or later.
RAM: 4GB of RAM or more.
https://play.geforcenow.com/
iOS & iPadOSOS: iOS / iPadOS 14.3 or later
Others: Requires Safari Browser
https://play.geforcenow.com/
MacOS

OS: MacOS 10.11
All these Macs are supported:
– iMac 20” Late 2009 and newer
– iMac 21.5” Late 2009 and newer
– iMac 27” Late 2012 and newer
– MacBook 2008 and newer
– MacBook Retina Mid 2017 and newer
– MacBook Air 11” Early 2015 and newer
– MacBook Air 13” Late 2008 and newer
– MacBook Pro 13” Early 2015 and newer
– MacBook Pro 15” Late 2008 and newer
– MacBook Pro 17” 2009 and newer
– Mac Pro Late 2013 and newer
https://www.gamehubplus.com/geforce-now/download
WindowsOS: 64-bit Windows 7 or newer 64-bit Windows
CPU: Dual core x86-64 CPU with 2.0GHz or faster
RAM: 4GB of system memory
GPU: GPU that at least supports DirectX 11
https://www.gamehubplus.com/geforce-now/download
Stream game using Steam Link Anywhere Overcooked 2 on Android and iPhone jilaxzone.com
Finally I can really play Overcooked!2 on the go from my smartphone.

I have personally tested running GeForce Now using my iPhone (running in browser) and running these games: Overcooked!2, Dauntless, Destiny 2 Beyond Light, Control, Enter the Gungeon. I got a pretty good FPS, considering I’m running them on iPhone and using the cheapest Home Broadband available (M1 $29.99 / month). When the connection are spotty (when I tested using 4G LTE connection), the game has noticeable lags. But overall, I’m pretty happy that finally I can play AAA PC game titles from anywhere (as long as I have internet connection).


Bring it all together

So who needs a thousand-dollar gaming rig when you can play AAA PC game titles for just $19.99 / month? Here’s a rough ROI calculation.

Gaming Laptop / RigGaming Laptop / Rig PriceGeForce Now Price
Asus ROG Zephyrus G14$1,804.43
(seen on Amazon.sg)
$19.99 / month.

If $1,804.43 is used to subscribe to GeForce Now,
you can get 90 months long subscription ($1,804.43 / $19.99).
90 months = 7.5 years.

Will your ROG able to keep up for 7.5 years and still play AAA titles by that time?
Razer Blade 14
with AMD Ryzen™ 5900HX
S$2,949.00
(seen on Razer.com)
$19.99 / month.

If $2,949.00 is used to subscribe to GeForce Now,
you can get 147 months long subscription ($2,949 / $19.99).
147 months = 12.2 years.

Will your Razer Blade able to keep up for 12.2 years and still play AAA titles by that time?

The price stated above is correct as of when this article is written. If you see my rough ROI calculation, it seems cloud gaming is the future (in this case GeForce Now). Not only you don’t need to pay large sum at one go, but also you get longer life-time for your money and at the same time always able to play any supported AAA game titles without worrying to upgrade your rig / laptop.

For your consideration, the ROI calculation, however, does not include the Internet cost and the lags that may happen when gaming using GeForce Now.

What do you think?

If you happen to read this article before 8th September 2021, I would highly recommend you to try the GeForce Now FREE trial, so that you test and try the cloud gaming service to see if it fits perfectly for you. Check out GeForce Now Singapore FREE trial here: https://www.gamehubplus.com/geforce-now.


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