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Status: New idea

GeForce Now is a cloud gaming platform that allows players to stream games from their favourite publishers to almost any device. It's a game-changer for players who want to enjoy high-quality gaming experiences without needing a high-end gaming PC. However, one major issue with the platform is that Mozilla Firefox does not support it.

Firefox is one of the most popular browsers in the world, with millions of users relying on it for their daily browsing needs. However, its lack of support for GeForce Now means that players who use the browser miss out on a fantastic gaming experience. This is a significant issue for gamers and Mozilla, as it limits the platform's reach and restricts players' ability to access their favourite games.

To stay competitive in the ever-evolving world of technology, Mozilla Firefox must support GeForce Now. By doing so, the browser will be able to offer a more complete and versatile experience to its users and stay ahead of the curve in terms of gaming technology.

Furthermore, supporting GeForce Now would also open up new opportunities for Mozilla. The gaming industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, and by supporting GeForce Now, Mozilla could tap into this market and reach a new audience. This would help to drive growth and increase the popularity of the browser, which is essential in today's highly-competitive tech landscape.

In conclusion, it's time for Mozilla Firefox to support GeForce Now. This would bring numerous benefits to the browser and its users and help keep the platform at the forefront of gaming technology. By doing so, Mozilla Firefox can offer its users a more complete and versatile experience and stay ahead of the curve in terms of gaming technology.

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Any news and why isn't supported?  
I don't know now but in the past it would work just by spoofing the browser user-agent or something.

Making moves

Yes, it would be good 👍