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Sony launches PlayStation Now website; no guarantee of being picked for beta

Sony Computer Entertainment president and group CEO Andrew House introduces PlayStation Now during a keynote address by Sony Corp. president and CEO Kazuo Hirai at the 2014 International CES at The Venetian Las Vegas Tuesday.
Sony Computer Entertainment president and group CEO Andrew House introduces PlayStation Now during a keynote address by Sony Corp. president and CEO Kazuo Hirai at the 2014 International CES at The Venetian Las Vegas Tuesday.Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

First came the announcement, now there’s a website launched by Sony for its upcoming video game streaming and rental service PlayStation Now, according to a report today from GameSpot.

The website, which you can reach by clicking here, allows for those interested to receive updates and exclusive content from Sony about the PS Now by entering your name, email, address and PS Network ID.

However, filling out the information in no way guarantees gamers will be selected by Sony to participate in the PS Now beta, which is set to start at the end of January.

Sony announced the service during CES 2014 this week in Las Vegas, and PS Now will give PS3, PS4, PS Vita, and some Sony television owners a crack at streaming games from as far back as the original PlayStation.

You can learn more about the PS Now by clicking here for our full Examiner report.