With Game Center, Samsung is bringing various game streaming services like Google Stadia and Xbox Cloud Gaming to the TV. Now Samsung Gaming Hub is available immediately.
Microsoft recently announced a collaboration with Samsung, thus fulfilling a promise that the group itself had made in June 2021. Cloud gaming should be possible directly on smart TVs. In early June, Samsung announced that various streaming services would be integrated into the game hub. Samsung Gaming Hub is now available for owners of compatible Samsung devices.
Gaming Hub is only available for these Samsung TVs and monitors
Under the Gaming Hub menu item, Samsung includes various cloud gaming services and settings for Smart TVs. For example, the sound can be adjusted and Bluetooth accessories can be paired. Of course, there are also billboards in the game center. With the built-in image processors, the image quality should improve and input lag should be reduced. First off, Samsung’s gaming hub, including apps for Google Stadia, Nvidia Geforce Now, and Xbox Cloud Gaming, is only available for 2022 Samsung models.
In addition to model year 2022 Samsung TVs, the Gaming Hub is also available for model year 2022 M-series smart monitors. In order to use cloud gaming, your own Internet connection must have a download speed of at minus 10Mbit/s. A Bluetooth controller is also required to control streaming video games.
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Samsung Gaming Hub Collection:
- Samsung Gaming Hub is now available for owners of compatible Samsung devices.
- Under the Gaming Hub menu item, Samsung includes various cloud gaming services and settings for Smart TVs. Google Stadia, Nvidia Geforce Now and Xbox Cloud Gaming can be controlled directly from the TV.
- In addition to 2022 model Samsung TVs, Game Center is also available for 2022 M series smart monitors.
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