Google Play Games ditches the Google+ log-in requirement – Engadget

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Your Google+ account continues to get a little less useful. The folks in Mountain View announced today that Google Play Games would not longer require the aforementioned log-in. Over the coming weeks, titles integrated with the company’s gaming hub will transition to new Gamer IDs. You don’t have to wait, though, as you can secure a handle with the Google Play Games app right now. Choose from over 40 avatars for your profile picture while you’re at it.

Google Play Games ditches the Google+ log-in requirement – Engadget

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