Samsung reiterates Gaming Hub’s ability to stream games on mobile

Samsung’s smartphones and tablets come pre-installed with the company’s Gaming Hub application, which was previously known as Game Launcher. This app, apart from showing you all the games installed on your device in one place, offers a wide collection of games that you can stream. Samsung calls it Instant Plays. Just click on a title […]

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Your Xbox wishlist isn’t broken. Everyone’s is

Whether you’re playing your favorite Xbox games through Samsung’s fantastic Gaming Hub smart TV platform or a dedicated Xbox console you may have bought at a discount, chances are you’ve had some problems with your wishlist lately. Fortunately, it’s just just you. There’s nothing wrong with your app, web browser, or Xbox console. Countless Xbox […]

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Samsung live-streamed Rocket League on a 3D screen in London

Samsung has found a new clever way to advertise on the iconic Piccadilly 3D screen in London. Earlier this month, the company presented the first-ever live-streamed gaming event on the iconic 3D screen. On December 15th, gaming streamers Vatira and Apparently Jack went head-to-head in the vehicular football game Rocket League at the Samsung London […]

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You can try Xbox gaming on your Samsung TV for just $1

Samsung helped lift cloud gaming off the ground with its smart TVs. The Gaming Hub app puts gaming at the fingertip of millions of Samsung smart TV users around the world, and all they need to start playing is a gaming controller and a subscription to one of the supported cloud gaming services. Gaming Hub […]

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Starfield has over 12 million players, Microsoft Gaming CEO confirms

Bethesda’s new space-themed RPG Starfield has more than 12 million players, revealed Phil Spencer, CEO of Microsoft Gaming, who described the game as “a tremendous hit.” At an event in Brazil, Phil Spencer thanked Starfield’s supporters and confirmed that the game sits in the top 10 most-played games developed by a Microsoft-owned studio. In the […]

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Conan O’Brien experiences Samsung Gaming Hub in latest Clueless Gamer episode

Conan O’Brien’s “Clueless Gamer” series probably needs no introduction if you’re a fan of gaming-related YouTube entertainment. But if you’re just now hearing of it, you’re in for a treat, especially if you’re a Samsung fan. Clueless Gamer is a gaming-themed comedy show available on YouTube, in which Conan O’Brien, a.k.a. the Clueless Gamer, tries […]

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Samsung Game Launcher, now called Gaming Hub, gets updated user interface

When Samsung announced it would rename the Game Launcher app to Gaming Hub with the release of One UI 6.0, the company also mentioned that it is working on adding more features to the platform. It didn’t explain what those features will be, but it looks like the first feature update is here, and it’s […]

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With One UI 6.0, Game Launcher is out and Gaming Hub is in

Samsung is refreshing numerous things with its new One UI 6.0 update, now available for the Galaxy S23 series outside the beta program. A new One UI typeface is omnipresent, and several first-party apps have left the “Samsung” prefix behind. For example, Samsung Music is now simply Music. Speaking of app renames, the Game Launcher […]

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Five reasons why you may want to buy The Freestyle 2nd Gen

When Samsung unveiled the original Freestyle projector in January 2022, we thought it was probably the company’s most fun product at CES 2022. A year later, Samsung announced the 2nd Gen Freestyle with improved features, and months later, the device went up for pre-order. The pre-order window for The Freestyle 2nd Gen ended not long […]

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Samsung sets up its largest Gamescom booth ever in Germany

Gamescom, which is the world’s largest gaming event, celebrated its 15th anniversary from August 23-27 in Cologne, Germany. Game, hardware, and software companies from 63 countries filled up the 230,000 square-meter exhibition space where gaming fans came together from all over the world. Among the 1,320 companies, Samsung Electronics set up its largest Gamescon booth […]

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Samsung lets you play Bethesda’s Starfield without a PC or console

Bethesda’s Starfield is probably one of the most anticipated video games in recent years. And the good news for Samsung smart TV and smart monitor owners is that they won’t need a dedicated gaming PC or a console to enjoy this upcoming role-playing game. Samsung announced today that Starfield is coming to its smart TVs […]

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Samsung brings top-notch cloud gaming to Australians via Gaming Hub

Samsung’s Gaming Hub platform, one of the most innovative cloud-based gaming services, is now becoming available in Australia. Owners of select Samsung smart TVs and smart monitors released in 2023 can now game on their big-screen devices without needing specialized hardware, save for a gaming controller. Gaming Hub offers access to leading cloud-based gaming platforms, […]

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Samsung Gaming Hub’s new identity hints at VR integration

This weekend, Samsung Gaming Hub turned one year old. And to mark the occasion and Gaming Hub’s success, the cloud-based gaming platform gained a new identity. Samsung is rebranding Gaming Hub with a new logo that the company claims “illustrates our promise to democratize gaming for everyone by unlocking access to thousands of games with […]

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Samsung and Xbox open free-to-play gaming area in London

As Xbox Game Studio was preparing to publish Minecraft Legends earlier this week, Samsung signed a one-year deal with Xbox to enable a new free-to-play Gaming Zone at the Microsoft Experience Centre in London. The Gaming Zone, powered by Samsung technologies, has three main areas where visitors can enjoy local and cloud gaming. Visitors at […]

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Nvidia GeForce Now is compatible with Samsung’s ultrawide monitors

While some cloud game streaming services like Google Stadia have packed up their business, cloud game streaming continues to evolve, thanks to players such as Nvidia. In line with this, Nvidia has launched a new feature for its GeForce Now cloud-gaming service that supports ultrawide monitors, including the absolute beasts from Samsung. The new feature […]

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Samsung showcases Odyssey Ark gaming monitor and Gaming Hub in London

Samsung, in an official announcement, revealed that the company has set up its new Odyssey Ark gaming screen and the Gaming Hub platform at the iconic department store Selfridges in London. Here, visitors can enjoy an “immersive gaming experience” where they can test their racing skills in the driving simulator. The Samsung Odyssey Ark Gaming […]

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Samsung starts rolling out Gaming Hub feature to its 2021 smart TVs

Samsung released the Gaming Hub cloud-based gaming platform earlier this year for select 2022 smart TVs. But Samsung made the 2021 smart TV owners happy by announcing that it will bring the Gaming Hub feature to select 2021 TVs and monitors this year. Well, the day has finally arrived as Samsung Gaming, via its official […]

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Samsung Gaming Hub is the best thing that ever happened to cloud gaming

If someone were to tell me a year ago that Samsung is the answer to cloud gaming, I would’ve probably laughed or looked bewildered thinking of that notion. I also would’ve been wrong to doubt that hypothesis. Because here we are in 2022, with Samsung arguably becoming one of the most valuable partners for cloud […]

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Gaming Hub is coming to millions of 2021 Samsung TVs this year

Samsung released the Gaming Hub cloud-based gaming platform earlier this year to great success. It is available for select 2022 smart TVs, but Samsung has big plans for Gaming Hub and wants to bring the platform to millions of other customers. To achieve this, Samsung will add two new cloud gaming providers to Gaming Hub […]

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