Samsung Gaming Hub is still awe-inspiring gamers and increasing global access

With the introduction of a new brand identity and continuous development, Samsung Gaming Hub, the video game streaming service directly accessible through Samsung Smart TVs, marks its first anniversary today. Over 3,000 games are currently available on the platform through partner services, including triple-A games like Halo Infinite, independent games, and arcade staples. With availability in other territories, the gaming hub is now made available in Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Korea, Spain, the United States, and the United Kingdom. In September, the hub will host Bethesda’s Starfield.

With Xbox, Nvidia GeForce Now, and Utomik as its first streaming partners, it has subsequently added Amazon Luna, Antstream Arcade, and Blacknut. Players from nine areas may now enjoy high-quality game streaming on more than 21 million Samsung devices, all credits to the platform’s quick growth in the first year, which saw a thirteen-fold increase in monthly active users between July 2022 and May 2023. 90% of Bluetooth controllers now on the market are compatible with Samsung Gaming Hub and partner applications through the Smart Hub, and Samsung TV remotes may be used to operate these apps.

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By enabling access to thousands of games with virtually any controller, the new brand identity demonstrates Samsung’s dedication to democratizing gaming for everyone. Additionally accessible globally and compatible with partner applications on 2021 smart TVs, Samsung Gaming Hub is also offered on the 2023 TV range and the Odyssey OLED G9 monitor. Samsung showcased their Gaming Hub at all over world events, Summer Game Feat, The Game Awards, San Diego Comic-Con, Gamescom, Day of the Devs, and the Brazil Game Show. It has made ‘Playing is believing’ their key motive by offering the magic experience of game streaming.

As a next initiative, Samsung is about to unveil a new logo for Samsung Gaming Hub to symbolize the enormous reach of the platform on its first birthday. They further define it as a platform where you can find your long-searched and favorite games. Solving the issues, like cumbersome transitions from one platform to another, and lengthy download times, that gamers face in other platforms has been a key goal.

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