Samsung Cloud Game Center brings Xbox, Twitch and more to the latest smart TVs

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Samsung announced Yesterday, the company combined its hardware and software for a better gaming experience by introducing the Samsung Gaming Hub to its 2022 lineup of smart TVs and monitors. Streaming game content on the hub includes Xbox, NVIDIA GeForce Now, Google Stadia and Utomik, as well as the YouTube and Spotify apps. Twitch has also been added and Amazon Luna will be available soon.

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The company is rolling out its Game Center to Samsung TVs such as the 2022 Neo QLED 8K, Neo QLED 4K, and 2022 Smart Monitor series.

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The unofficial Twitch.TV app has been removed. from Samsung smart TVs in 2019, so this news marks the first appearance of an official app on the platform. Cloud gaming service Amazon Luna was available on Fire TV from Marchand this partnership with Samsung could give the fledgling gaming service an opportunity to attract more players.

The Microsoft Xbox TV app is the most significant new addition as it is currently exclusive to Samsung Gaming Hub and provides access to Xbox Cloud Gaming.

Announced during consumer electronics show 2022)The Samsung Gaming Hub gives consumers the ability to access essential cloud gaming services on their Smart TV – no console or PC needed.

Smart TVs offer an increasingly viable alternative to dedicated gaming hardware, and Samsung is betting that an all-in-one solution for cloud and console gaming will appeal to gamers who prioritize convenience.

“Samsung Gaming Hub combines Samsung’s leadership in streaming technology with our expertise in building the most advanced hardware in the industry, removing barriers to entry so people can simply play.” — Won-Jin Lee, President and Head of Services Business Group at Samsung Electronics , said in a statement. “With expanding partnerships with leading game streaming services and expert advice, players will be able to easily browse and discover games from the widest selection, regardless of platform.”

Players with dedicated gaming consoles can use Samsung’s support for controller pass-through with smart TVs, allowing them to use a single controller instead of pairing multiple. This way, consumers can use the Bluetooth headsets and controllers they already own in apps and devices.

Samsung Gaming Hub users will also have access to game recommendations, gaming news and tutorials as if they were on a dedicated gaming console.


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