Samsung brings Amazon Luna video games to its sensible TVs and displays – TechCrunch

Samsung introduced Wednesday that it’s bringing greater than 250 video games to the Samsung Gaming Hub by the Amazon Luna streaming-based gaming service. The corporate is making these titles out there on its 2022 Samsung sensible TVs and M-series sensible displays.

The Korean tech large first introduced the Samsung Gaming Hub on the Client Electronics Present (CES) earlier this yr and commenced rolling it out to its 2022 sensible TVs and sensible displays from June 30. The Tizen-powered software program already has video games out there from companies like Xbox, NVIDIA GeForce NOW, Google Stadia, and Utomik. With the addition of Amazon Luna, customers now have entry to greater than 1,000 sport titles. The Gaming Hub additionally presents gamers to attach their YouTube, Spotify, and Twitch accounts to entry media throughout gameplay.

“Starting right now, Luna customers may also hyperlink their profiles to the Samsung Gaming Hub and proceed to play on Samsung’s 2022 tv fashions. Utilizing the Samsung Gaming Hub’s controller passthrough expertise, avid gamers can select to play their Amazon Luna titles with a Luna Controller or with some other supported Bluetooth controller,” Samsung mentioned in a press launch.

For those who don’t have a Bluetooth controller, you possibly can play video games along with your smartphone, too.

Amazon launched its cloud-based gaming service to U.S.-based customers in March, after testing it in smaller swimming pools beginning in September 2020. Prime subscribers have entry to some free video games each month by Prime Gaming Channel, but when they need extra they’ll subscribe to the Retro Channel for traditional video games ,and channels from sport studios like Jackbox and Ubisoft that value anyplace from $4.99 to $17.99. Luna’s companies will not be restricted to your TV, so you may also play these video games in your cellphone, pill, PC, or Mac as properly.

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