Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, has responded to a YouTube video in which a gamer carried Starlink internet out into the wild
Many benefits come with satellite internet, such as SpaceX's Starlink, but one perk that may be overlooked is gaming in rural locations.
The goal of SpaceX's Starlink project is to provide internet access to those living in rural locatio
And, while it's natural to think that those people live in houses, this isn't always the case.
"TTTHEFINEPRINTTT," a YouTuber who lives in a van, just purchased Starlink so he could game wherever he parked for the night in the countryside.
The YouTuber shows how to unbox Starlink, how to set it up, how to do speed testing in his neighborhood, how to run speed tests on top of a mountain, and, of course, how to play games via the SpaceX connection.
The video was discovered and uploaded by the official SpaceX Twitter account, which was recently retweeted by Elon Musk, who said, "Play video games wherever you want."
It will be interesting to see if Starlink will usher in a new era of feasible game live broadcasting, with more streamers setting up shop outside for extended gaming sessions.
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