Yesterday, March 14, Microsoft officially announced the conclusion of a 10-year agreement with Boosteroid, according to which the company’s games will be added to the catalog of Ukrainian gaming cloud service. In addition to its own Xbox games, the agreement also covers Activision Blizzard’s projects, including the Call of Duty franchise.

The number of subscribers of Boosteroid exceeds 4 million users, and it is currently the world’s largest independent provider of “cloud” games. The service has been operating since 2017, with offices located mainly in Kyiv and Kharkiv. Despite two offices in Kharkiv being damaged by Russian missile attacks, the company has continued to grow during the last 13 months of the full-scale invasion.

Boosteroid offers cloud-based game streaming both through the browser and through dedicated apps for Windows, Linux, Android, Android TV, and macOS. As a reminder, at the beginning of March 2022, the company announced the termination of services on the territory of Russia.