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Cedega To Be Replaced By GameTree Linux Software

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Here's something interesting, but all of the details are not yet known at this time as the official announcement doesn't seem to have been issued yet. TransGaming, the company behind the Cedega software for running Windows games on Linux, is going to be replacing the Cedega Gaming Service with something now called GameTree Linux.

GameTree Linux uses the Cedega technology, but they've now discontinued their subscription service and evidently they plan to provide free access to the GameTree Developer Program going forward. Though this will be free, it will likely not be open-source. This quarter TransGaming will be releasing the Cedega Linux desktop tools through the GameTree Developer Program. The announcement found on GameTreeLinux.com is as follows:

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