Samsung officially launched its game streaming service, Gaming Hub, earlier this year. The game streaming service is exclusive to 2022 Samsung Smart TVs and monitors. But now Samsung has announced that it will bring some new features to the game streaming platform on its 2021 smart TVs.
Today, the South Korean company unveiled exciting new ways for gamers to experience game streaming with new partners, introducing game streaming to 2021 Samsung TVs and 4K models. With this, the company aims to deliver on its promise to bring the future of gaming to consumers around the world.
Antstream and Blacknut come to Samsung Gaming Hub:
Antsream Arcade is the world’s largest cloud gaming service, offering players over 1,500 iconic games as well as new weekly multiplayer challenges and tournaments.
Samsung has announced that this platform will soon be available for select smart TVs. Customers will be able to battle their friends and the global community using the best games of the 80s, 90s, and 00s, from Pac-Man to Mortal Kombat and Metal Slug.
Furthermore, with a growing catalog of 500+ premium PC and console games, Blacknut’s cloud gaming subscription-based service provides the largest unlimited access to gaming content for TV screens.
Also, Samsung will provide individual apps from game streaming partners Xbox, NVIDIA GeForce Now, and Utomik, with Blacknut and Antsream Arcade coming in 2023.
Samsung will bring 4K gaming to its smart TVs via NVIDIA’s GeForce Now in a few days. This will allow GeForce Now gamers to locally stream PC games at up to 4K resolution at 60 frames per second in 2022 and select 2021 Samsung Smart TVs.