Google has begun public testing for its new Playables feature on YouTube, which brings games to the video platform.
Those users will be able to access games that can be "played directly on YouTube on both desktop and mobile devices."
There are no further details on how this works, or which titles are featured, but a Wall Street Journal report earlier this year suggested a demo has already been tested with brick-breaking arcade game Stack Bounce.
At the time of the original report, a Google spokesperson said that gaming "has long been a focus at YouTube" but the company has "nothing to announce right now" regarding its plans for Playables.
The new feature is Google's latest experiment in the games space, following less than a year after the closure of cloud gaming service Stadia.
At last week's GamesIndustry.biz Investment Summit in Seattle, former PlayStation boss Shawn Layden listed Google as one of four non-endemics likely to try disrupting the games industry.
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