Valve revealed a game streaming device at GDC this week, called Steam Link.
The tiny device allows you to stream 1080p games at 60Hz with low latency to any other device on your local network. So you can essentially stream games from Steam on your PC to your TV.
The device sports an HDMI port, an Ethernet port, and three USB ports.
Steam Link will be released in November for $50 and it can be used with the Steam Controller, which is also priced at $50.
Valve intends to announce international pricing and availability for Steam Link at a later date, but Indian gamers may just have to go the import/grey market route.