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OnLive closes at the end of the month, sells IP and assets to Sony

Streaming service OnLive has advised it’ll be closing up shop 30 April, selling off select assets to Sony.

“Following the termination of the company’s services and related products, OnLive will engage in an orderly wind-down of the company and cease operations,” the company said.

OnLive’s IP and select assets have been sold to Sony, including a patent portfolio with “substantial innovations in cloud gaming”.

Those with a current subscription to OnLive can learn more about the cancellation here.

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