Samsung Gaming TV Hub Will Allow Users To Access Xbox, GeForce, and Stadia

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Samsung is gearing up to release its gaming hub for the 2022 Samsung smart TVs and monitors today. The hub is aimed to offer users the best game streaming apps in a single location. Alongside that, it will also allow quick access to Nvidia’s GeForce Now, Google Stadia, Twitch, Utomik, and Xbox TV app. What’s more, Samsung will also add the all-new Amazon Luna to the gaming hub soon.

However, the gaming hub serves as more than just a starting place for cloud gaming. The hub will include passthrough controller ports so you can use a single controller rather than having to pair numerous ones, as well as HDMI-connected video game consoles. Hence, it will allow Bluetooth controllers and headphones from multiple brands to work across multiple apps, services, and devices via the Samsung Gaming Hub.

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The Xbox TV app from Microsoft is the main brand-new addition to the gaming hub. As Stadia, GeForce Now, and Twitch are accessible on a range of TVs; the Xbox app, which gives access to Xbox Cloud Gaming, is now only available on the Samsung Gaming Hub. Furthermore, Fortnite is also available for free streaming. However, to access other games, users need to purchase an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership.

Lastly, Nvidia is launching the gaming center along with the addition of some games to its GeForce Now service. All of the following titles are accessible right now: Alaloth: Champions of The Four Kingdoms, Disgaea 6 Complete, Card Shark, KartKraft, Hotline Miami, and NASCAR 21: Ignition.

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