razer feb press Razer Phone and Mobile Controllers Now Compatible with Google Stadia

Razer Phone and Mobile Controllers Now Compatible with Google Stadia

Following Stadia’s February 18 post detailing their expanded support of new Android devices, Razer today announced that with the addition of controller support on the streaming platform, users can now play games on Stadia using Razer products like the Junglecat, Raiju Mobile and the new Kishi.

Razer Phone and Razer Phone 2
The original gaming smartphone and its successor, the Razer Phone 2, with their 120Hz displays, dual-firing Dolby Atmos speakers and 4,000mAh batteries are ideal companions for mobile gamers playing their favourite games.

For more information on the Razer Phone 2, please visit www2.razer.com/eu-en/mobile/razer-phone-2.

Razer Raiju Mobile, Junglecat and Kishi for Android and iOS
The Razer Kishi for Android universal wired mobile controller announced earlier this year, as well as the Raiju Mobile and Bluetooth-connected Junglecat are also compatible with Stadia to enhance gameplay with console-style controls.

For more information on the new mobile controllers, please visit www.razer.com/mobile.

Razer Cortex Mobile
The Razer Cortex Mobile app launcher was recently updated on February 7, 2020 to include a new Analyser which in Gaming Mode will display Frames Per Second on the Analyser tab during native app gameplay.

For more information on the updated Razer Cortex Mobile, please visit www.razer.com/cortex/mobile.

Availability of Razer mobile devices and accessories are through Razer.com and authorised resellers. Google Stadia can be found at Stadia.google.com and from the Google Stadia app on Google Play.