You can check out more details about Steam Link Anywhere here.
The feature is in beta for the moment and there are a few caveats to keep in mind, but this is a truly exciting update and helps illuminate just how powerful game streaming will be in the next few years.
Less glamorous than cross-network gameplay, the boring-sounding news about the addition of new APIs to the Steamworks SDK is actually quite notable: The extensions give developers access to Steam's network backbone and packet management skills - honed via its DOTA 2 and Counterstrike: Global Offensive experience - for multiplayer games.
The feature is now available in early beta and is free of charge to all Steam users through the Steam Link device or app. The beta version of Valve's Steam Link app ...
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According to the Steam community page Steam Link Anywhere "allows you to stream games to your Steam Link from any computer running Steam, as long as your computer has good upload speed and your Steam Link device has a good network connection". Anyone with home streaming set up from their PC and either a Steam Link box or app elsewhere can play their games on the go.
Assuming you've got all that covered, you'll see an "Other Computer" option on the screen when searching for computers to connect to via Steam Link.
Valve's announcement of Steam Link Anywhere was pretty short and sweet.
The platform is compatible with the Steam Link and any device running the Steam Link application.