> How many streaming music and video services does your preferred media player support?
One. It streams from my playlist. Only. Ever.
> And how can a new streaming music or video service arrange to be
> supported in your preferred media player?
Streaming services can go jump in a lake. I listen to what *I* want
to listen to. If I wanted to hear random ear-punishing junk somebody
else picks without consulting me that doesn't match my tastes at all,
I could turn on a radio.
> Finally, how should a browser-based video game play its music
> and sound effects?
A) I can't think of any reason for a video game to be browser based.
B) When I do play games that have sound and music, I normally
turn the game's sound and music off so I can listen to what *I*
want to listen to, which is generally much better than listening
to video game music.