It's official: OnLive is coming to OUYA.
Though OUYA competes with OnLive in a small way (OnLive also offers its own set-top console for streaming games) this can only be seen as a good move for both companies.
For OnLive it offers them a wider audience in the living room. For OUYA, it offers them legitimacy, helping stave off the skeptics who doubt the console will see the light of day.
The addition of OnLive to OUYA's arsenal also helps explain why the design has been recently revised to include an Ethernet port. Not only were Kickstarter campaign backers clamouring for it, but OnLive's service pretty much requires the high speed a wired connection can offer. Unless you like playing streaming games through what looks like a muddy screen door, that is.