Hi all - I'm a long time Quake fan and wanted to play Quake Champions but didn't want to have to buy a PC to do it. I've been using a remote computing service called Paperspace and it's been really great. I'm able to play Quake on the highest settings, I often get a ping of less than 10ms and if you use the right setup it feels very close to the real thing. Which is pretty amazing given I just have a 2013 MacBook Air. Thought I'd post my 'setup' 1. Got a free credit of $10 using a referral code (below) which basically meant I could try it out for free: https://www.paperspace.com/&R=JLIM6O 2. Selected the GPU+ setting and added a public IP for $3 3. Installed Parsec.tv client on both remote machine and client machine. 4. Start the remote machine via Paperspace interface in browser. Start Parsec client on remote machine. Close browser. 5. Open up Parsec on client machine, hit connect and you're away! Go install Steam or whatever you like. One thing I've noted is that it's best to plug in a Windows formatted keyboard and mouse, and up the resolution on the remote machine to match your monitor on your client machine. Other than that, it's super simple and the referral code meant the first month was free. Happy to answer any questions if I can help.