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I like podcasts and I love Stadia. So it’s only natural that I regularly enjoy listening to Stadia podcasts.
Unfortunately, there really aren’t enough full-time Stadia podcasts around yet. Although, I believe that we will see more appear as the platform grows.
Despite the lack of availability for this particular content, those few who do produce it are great at what they do. Therefore, this scope of this article is to outline those quality Stadia podcasts currently available. I will also cover what you need to know about each podcast. Ensuring that you will know the answers to those “Who? What? Where? and When?” questions.
Sounds of Stadia[icon name=”calendar-day” prefix=”fas”] – Every Sunday[icon name=”twitter” prefix=”fab”] – @HelixCloudGames[icon name=”youtube” prefix=”fab”] – http://youtube.com/HelixCloudGames[icon name=”globe” prefix=”fas”] – https://linktr.ee/HelixCloudGames[icon name=”podcast” prefix=”fas”] – Deezer, Apple Podcasts
Not just a gaming podcast. These guys love gaming through and through! They regularly run giveaways, fundraisers for charity, live streams and community gaming events. They’re even from England, too! It is nice to have other like-minded UK Geeks to relate to ????.
Hosted by Chris, Tom and Richie. However, Tom is currently on paternity leave. Although he does make the occasional appearance, just like he did to celebrate their 100th episode!
Overall great stadia and gaming podcast. Definitely check them out.
Stadiacast[icon name=”calendar-day” prefix=”fas”] – Also Every Sunday[icon name=”twitter” prefix=”fab”] – @Stadiacast[icon name=”youtube” prefix=”fab”] – http://www.youtube.com/NerdNest[icon name=”globe” prefix=”fas”] – https://twitter.com/NerdNestTV[icon name=”podcast” prefix=”fas”] – anchor.fm
Join Bill and Lloyd as they inform you on all the latest Stadia stadia news.
With over 140 episodes to date, these guys have some great insights and opinions to what is happening in the gaming world.
Stadiacast was not only the first Stadia podcast I listened to. It was the first gaming podcast I listened to – on any regular schedule at least.
Stadiacast gave me that final piece of inspiration I needed to start up my own Stadia-and-gaming-related website, so it will always hold its own little soft spot in my heart.
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Any other comments, suggestions, thoughts or input would be greatly appreciated.