With the Samsung Gaming Hub, owners of a Samsung Smart TV can stream games and films from 2022 to their TV. The service has now started in 27 countries, including Germany. Available streaming services include Google Stadia, Nvidia GeForce Now, and Xbox Game Pass, among others. The hub is powered by Samsung's Tizen operating system, which allows Bluetooth devices such as controllers or headsets to be connected to the TV.

With the Samsung Gaming Hub, the South Korean electronics group wants to expand its leading role in streaming technology. Now the hub's offering is to be expanded using Amazon's paid cloud gaming services.

More than 1.000 games through Amazon Luna

At the start of the Gaming Hub in July 2022, Samsung announced that Amazon Luna would soon be integrated. A little over a month later, the electronics giant delivers as promised and the number of games available via the Samsung cloud gaming solution increases to over 1000, including highlights such as Control, Saints Row or Dirt 5. Anyone who already has an Amazon Luna controller can easily connect it to the Samsung Gaming Hub.

However, the offer is only valid for the USA so far and costs around 9,99 US dollars per month. Unfortunately, European customers will have to be patient.

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