Google has sent out invites for an event on March 19, where the search giant is expected to unveil more information about its cloud gaming service.

Dubbed Project Stream, the service is designed to make high-end gaming more accessible to consumers who don’t own a console or powerful gaming PC. If you have a decent internet connection and a machine that runs Chrome, then you’re good to go.

Google briefly tested the service in beta last year, giving gamers access to Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.

Rumors about Google entering the gaming world surfaced at the beginning of last year, when a report claimed the search giant was developing a subscription-based service that could be accessed through a Google-made console.

Google’s Project Stream could go head-to-head with similar services from Sony and Nvidia, which offer access to AAA titles over the internet. Meanwhile, Amazon and Microsoft are also rumored to be working on video game streaming services, with releases expected later this year.

We’ll provide more details about Google’s service as they become available.