Samsung’s cloud gaming hub brings Xbox, Twitch, and more to the newest smart TVs

Samsung announced yesterday, the 1st of July that it is bridging its hardware and software for a good gaming experience. Their Game streaming content includes Xbox, NVIDIA Geforce Now, Google Stadia and Utomik, along with apps YouTube and Spotify. The company has lines of gaming hubs on Samsung TVs like the 2022 Neo QLED 8k, Neo QLED 4k and 2022 Smart Monitor series.

Microsoft’s Xbox TV app is significant and it is the newest addition as it is currently exclusive to the Samsung Gaming Hub and provides access to Xbox Cloud Gaming. The Samsung Gaming Hub gives consumers a way to access major cloud gaming services on their smart TV, no console or PC is needed. Smart TVs offer an increasingly viable alternative to dedicated gaming hardware and Samsung is betting that an all-in-one destination for cloud-based and console games will attract gamers who prioritise convenience.

Samsung Gaming Hub combines Samsung’s leadership in streaming technology without experience in creating the industry’s most cutting-edge hardware removing the barriers to entry so people can just play. Won-Jin Lee, president and head of the service Business Team at Samsung Electronic leading game streaming services and expert-curated recommendations. Players will be able to easily browse and discover games from the widest selection available, regardless of the platform.

Samsung Gaming Hub users will also have access to game recommendations, gaming news and tutorials like they might on a dedicated gaming console. Gaming Hub is Samsung’s latest smart TV platform that brings users optimised game streaming without the need for a console or PC.



This is powered by Tizen, the Samsung Gaming hub allows players to instantly access the games they love from industry-leading partners such as Xbox, and others listed above etc Utomik, Amazon Luna in addition to their gaming consoles, and PC all in one place. Players can always use their favourite accessories, such as Bluetooth headsets and controllers with the Samsung Gaming Hub without the need to purchase new hardware making it easier to access games than ever before.

Samsung Hub also integrates streaming and music services to provide access to more entertainment options during gameplay, with easy connection to Twitch Youtube and Spotify directly on the Gaming Hub experience menu. Players can also look forward to an amazing gaming experience due to advanced motion enhancements and latency-reducing technology across Samsung’s 2022 Smart Monitor series. Samsung’s latest lineups introduce faster decoding and optimized buffer control technology which reduces the input lag by more than an average of 30% compared to the previous models. Additionally, Samsungs latest Al upscaling technology optimises game graphics, providing incredible 4k and 8k resolution with high colour accuracy and sharpness. Samsung Gaming Hub is available in different countries and regions: US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Korea and Brazil.

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