Razer has reiterated their commitment to Android, even after the Android TV-powered Forge being pulled from Google. During a recent chat with Engadget, the future of Android TV with Razer is clear.
According to a Razer representative, the company is "doubling-down on Android gaming in the living room and looking forward to producing the world's largest library of Android TV games". Razer thinks that the Forge TV could become a "spiritial successor" to the Ouya platform, which the company acquired earlier this year.
Razer said: "Following our acquisition of OUYA, we've been focused on integrating the content we inherited and building a spiritual successor to OUYA with the Forge TV. We're doubling-down on Android gaming in the living room and looking forward to producing the world's largest library of Android TV games, from AAA to indie. Concurrently, we are working to ramp-up production to address present demand and should have more news to share soon".
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