When it comes to streaming games, it is not just the likes of Google, Microsoft, and Sony who are making an effort to capture attention of the players. There is a mobile-based alternative as well, and it is now accessible in the UK.

Hatch joined hands with Vodafone for its authorized roll out in the country, which takes place just as the supplier begins turning on its 5G network all over the British Isles. Vodafone users get authorization to premium tier of Hatch free for 3 Months, then it will have a price tag of £6.99/month.

The array of over 100 games comprises various Angry Birds games (not too shocking, as Hatch is a Rovio division), Badland, Hitman Go, Monument Valley, and some exclusives. You can communicate with your friends within the Hatch app, check out leaderboards, play games with them, take part in tournaments, and share gameplay clips. There is also a division for kids, while non-users can check out 20 games without any cost.

For now, Hatch operates on some 5G-based handsets and phones operating at least Android 6.0 with over 1 GB of RAM. It also operates on specific Android set-top boxes and TVs. Apple, in the meantime, has its own game subscription service in progress.

On a related note, by now you know that Apple is making efforts for as many high-profile titles as it can grab for its forthcoming Arcade platform, but how far is it ready to go? Apparently quite far! Media sources state that Apple is investing “hundreds of millions” of dollars, “probably” more than $500 Million in total, to lock games for the subscription service. It is supposedly investing a huge amount per game, and is providing advantages if developers give console subscriptions such as the Xbox Game Pass or even temporary exclusives that keep games off Android.