Amazon Luna

Amazon Luna is a cloud gaming platform developed and operated by Amazon. Luna was announced on September 24, 2020, with ‘early access’ available to subscribers by invitation beginning on October 20, 2020.[4] Amazon Luna will have 100 different games at launch, with an introductory price of $5.99 a month, and will be powered by AWS. Luna will have integration with Twitch and will be available on PC, Mac, Amazon Fire TV, and iOS (as a progressive web app) on launch, as well as Android shortly after. Amazon has partnered with Ubisoft to create a gaming channel exclusive to Luna, which will give Luna subscribers access to Ubisoft’s titles the same day they release. The Ubisoft+ (Beta) channel costs an additional $14.99 per month as of November 2020.

Luna ‘early access’ is currently only available to subscribers within the United States with international release yet to be confirmed.


You can find all currently supported games here:


Currently only in the USA and via invitation.


Minimum internet speed needed to stream with Luna is 10 Mbps.

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Server Locations

Regions and number of availability zones

USA East
North Virginia (6), Ohio (3)

USA West
Northern California (3), Oregon (4)

Mumbai (3), Seoul (4), Singapore (3), Sydney (3), Tokyo (4), Osaka Local (1), Hong Kong (SAR) (3)

Central (2)

Mainland China
Beijing (2), Ningxia (3)

Frankfurt (3), Ireland (3), London (3), Milan (3), Paris (3), Stockholm (3)

South America
Sao Paulo (3)

GovCloud (USA)
USA East (3), USA West (3)

Middle East
Bahrain (3)

Cape Town (3)

Supported Devices

Luna is available on PC, Mac, Fire TV, and web apps for iPhone, iPad and select Android phones. See the complete list here:


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