It appears that Google's own help pages have now unofficially confirmed a story we reported to you a few days ago. Google plans to create a social-gaming aspect to Google+, and it will be called "Games Stream". There are no real details yet, in fact the only thing that showed up is on the help pages and it reads, ”If you’re looking for updates shared from games, check out your Games Stream”. The "Game Stream" part of the statement is a link, but only lands on a 404 error page.
Interestingly, there is some speculation regarding how Google will handle this new gaming social network aspect to Google+. One theory posits that they will take a traditional approach, and that back in 2010, Google covertly invested heavily in Zynga the makers of Farmville. If true, they could potentially rip Farmville away from Facebook, leaving them sucking wind. More than likely, Google wouldn't go that far however, as that could undermine and fracture a loyal fan-base for the game. More than likely, they may find a way for the Zynga game to coexist on Google+. The second theory is that somehow Google will integrate Android gaming within Google+, and make the social service some type of leader-board setup for Android gamins statistics. This would be a great idea as an add-on, and more than likely the reality will probably be some combination of all of the above.
During the writing if this article, the Google+ help page reference has been changed and no longer shows the "Game Stream" reference. Perhaps, it is something they are working on, or perhaps they just want to tease us. Regardless, we have a pic above from when it was up.