I do not know exactly what category this question should be under. So this is what geforce now basically is:
GeForce Now lets users access a virtual computer, where they can install their existing games from existing digital distribution platforms, and play them remotely. As with the original Shield version, the virtual desktop is also streamed from Nvidia servers. An Android client was also introduced in 2019.
How can somebody disallow their games from this platform, when all geforce now is actually doing, is streaming the games you already own from another digital platform like steam, to your device?
If there was a lawsuit for this, would there be any chance for geforce to actually lose?
Now I obviously don't know the laws, but how can a game publisher stop me, for example, from using a virtual machine in the cloud to download steam (the games platform), log in with my credentials, download the games that I already own on steam and stream the gameplay to my device at home? Is there any law or agreement that would make any of this illegal?
And if there isn't, wouldn't it mean that there shouldn't be any legal issue for a third party to basically automate the above process for you? Because that's basically what geforce now is doing.