Hey gamers, we’ve got some great news for you: Samsung Electronics has launched Samsung Gaming Hub, a game streaming discovery platform! Gaming Hub is available on 2022 Samsung Smart TVs, including Neo QLED 8Ks, Neo QLED 4Ks, QLEDs, and the 2022 Smart Monitor Series. Pretty cool, huh? Let’s take a look at some of its amazing features!
Samsung Gaming Hub lets you instantly access and stream the games you love from industry-leading gaming providers. With no downloads or storage requirements, Gaming Hub is the perfect way to play your favourite games. You’ll have access to the full cloud libraries of NVIDIA GeForce Now, Stadia, and Utomik. Along with instant access to your favourite games, Gaming Hub will let you easily discover new games so you can try something new and find a new favourite!
And just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, in June of this year, Samsung announced something to make this service even more irresistible: the Xbox app is being added to Samsung Gaming Hub. This means that you’ll have access to hundreds of high-quality games including blockbuster titles like Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 5, and Tunic. Thanks to this partnership, if you already have the Xbox game pass, you’ll be able to play games made by Xbox studios on day one of their release, as well as enjoy iconic franchises from Bethesda and more.
Samsung Gaming Hub isn’t just about playing games: you can also use it to easily access YouTube gaming. This means not only will you not miss any content from the streamers you follow, but you’ll be able to watch it in amazing resolution on your Samsung Smart TV or Smart monitor.
What you’ll need to start using Samsung Gaming Hub
A 2022 Samsung Smart TV: Samsung Gaming Hub became available on 2022 Samsung Smart TVs through an automatic update on 30 June. So, it should already be on your Smart TV! *
A Bluetooth supported game controller: once you’ve paired it with your Smart TV, you’ll be able to use it to navigate to Gaming Hub and play games.
*Most TVs have automatic updates enabled by default. However, if your TV doesn’t get the update, you can manually check for it yourself by going to Settings > All settings > Support > Software update.
And finally, the best news of all: Samsung Gaming Hub is 100% free! From the Gaming Hub, you can subscribe directly to your favourite game streaming providers simply by logging in with the credentials you already have.
Samsung Gaming Hub was launched on 30 June.
What games are you looking forward to playing on Samsung Gaming Hub? Let us know in the comments!