Not content with letting its Chromecast device have all the fun with streaming services, Google has introduced a new set-top box model that could give the likes of Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV a run for their money.

The Nexus Player enables users to utilize a number of streaming services, as well as play original and Android games, as well as other mobile apps in that format. The device, a compact, circular unit that’s easy to hook up, comes with an equally small navigational remote, and will sell for $99. An additional gaming controller will also be available for $39. The box also includes Chromecast functionality for streaming video from other devices.

Nexus will enable compatibility with Android TV, and also works with a number of devices to broadcast directly to your television. The device will support the likes of Netflix, Hulu, Food Network, Travel Channel and more, although “heavy hitters” like ESPN and HBO Go haven’t confirmed their compatibility just yet, according to Engadget.

The device features a 1.8GHz quad-core Intel Atom processor, along with 1GB RAM, 8GB of storage and Imagination PowerVR Series 6 graphics, which will enable “console-like graphics” in terms of performance, along with fully-powered 1080p video streaming.