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A free Stadia and Chromecast Ultra controller for YouTube Premium subscribers in Spain

Google is looking for new users with this promotional initiative that can save them 99.99 euros.

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Tomorrow marks a year since the launch of Stadia, Google’s commitment to streaming gaming that still raises many doubts today, doubts that can be resolved by giving the platform a chance. For that purpose, the Mountain View technology giant throws gifts and offers YouTube Premium subscribers the option in Spain, and other countries, to get free with a Stadia controller and a device Google Chromecast Ultra.

The contents are none other than those available within the Stadia Premiere Edition pack, with a purchase cost in the official store of 99.99 euros. Of course, to access the offer you have to meet a series of requirements as they tell us from Xataka Home, nothing particularly complicated but that must be taken into account.

Have an active paid subscription to YouTube Premium as of November 6, 2020.
Be at least 18 years old and reside in Spain.
Accept the terms and conditions (“Terms and Conditions of the Offer”) indicated below before November 21, 2020 at 00:59 (CET). The Offer will be available in order of request.
Create, have or have had a Stadia Pro account, including a trial of Stadia Pro, with the same Google account used to subscribe to YouTube Premium before November 30, 2020 at 00:59 (CET).

The promotion is not exclusive to Spain and affects other territories such as Canada, France, Germany and Italy, weeks ago it also reached the United States and the United Kingdom. You can access it through this portal. The monthly subscription to YouTube Premium is currently 11.99 euros, and allows users to enjoy, for example, YouTube and YouTube Music without ads, without connection and in the background.

Stadia fans can join Stadia Pro for 9.99 euros per month, the first month being free, and instant access to free games, exclusive discounts and the ability to play with 5.1 surround sound and 4K resolution.

Stadia faces this year the arrival of an important competition in Microsoft’s xCloud, already available, as well as that of Luna, Amazon’s streaming bet.

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