Samsung Expands Cloud Gaming Reach with Boosteroid Partnership in USA

As part of its expanding network of partners, Samsung Electronics announced that it has integrated Boosteroid’s cloud gaming service into the Samsung Gaming Hub. Through this partnership, users of Samsung Smart TVs, monitors, and Freestyle 2nd Gen projectors may enjoy a variety of top-tier video games on the cloud. An important development in cloud gaming has occurred with the integration of Boosteroid with Samsung’s Gaming Hub. Gamers can already access Gaming Hub on Samsung monitors, smart TVs, and the Freestyle 2nd Gen projector.

Boosteroid is the latest addition to an excellent roster of gaming partners, which already includes Amazon Luna, Xbox, Utomik, Antstream Arcade, Blacknut, and NVIDIA GeForce NOW. Owners of Samsung Smart TVs can now enjoy a greater selection of games, including highly sought-after AAA titles, all thanks to this partnership. Through specific applications from game streaming partners, gamers may access thousands of games on Samsung 2020 Smart TVs. Customers in the US and Canada started receiving 2020 model TVs earlier this year, and the worldwide deployment of 2020 Samsung smart TVs and monitors (version 2500.0) is now complete.

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For a monthly charge, Boosteroid customers may play top-tier games on Mac, Windows, Linux, and mobile platforms, such as Cyberpunk 2077, Baldur’s Gate 3, and Starfield. Additionally, you may use Boosteroid to play games that you currently own through Steam, Epic, or other game retailers. Samsung’s continued efforts to provide gamers with a smooth and engaging gaming experience across their smart TV and monitor lines are in line with the relationship between the Samsung Gaming Hub and Boosteroid.

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With its continued global growth, Samsung Gaming Hub will enable millions of gamers to stream games via partner applications on a selection of Samsung 2020 Smart TV models, increasing accessibility to top-notch games throughout the globe. Through the Media Hub, users may download individual game apps straight to their TV from the Samsung App Store.

Mike Lucero, Head of Gaming for Samsung Electronics America, said, Samsung Gaming Hub continues to provide high-quality game-streaming to give players more ways to discover and play the games they love. Game streaming is more popular than ever, and we aim to make it easier for players to access. With a Bluetooth game controller, virtually anyone can pick up and start playing games with Samsung technology. Our content library just got bigger with Boosteroid’s catalog of well-loved games.”

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