Amazon Luna is now available on Samsung’s new Gaming Hub: a new game streaming discovery platform available on 2022 Samsung Smart TVs and 2022 Smart Monitor Series. Powered by Tizen, Samsung Gaming Hub allows players to instantly access games from partners such as Xbox, NVIDIA GeForce NOW, Google Stadia, Utomik, and now Amazon Luna.
“With Amazon Luna joining Samsung Gaming Hub, we are offering more choices than ever for players to jump into the games they love and to discover new ones,” said Samsung Director of Product Management for Gaming, Mike Lucero. “The Samsung Gaming Hub is an all-in-one destination for gaming and entertainment. With the addition of Amazon Luna, we now offer over 1000 games to play instantaneously on Samsung Smart TVs, making Samsung Gaming Hub the number one destination to stream games.”
“Playing your favourite games straight from the cloud just became easier than ever with Amazon Luna and the Samsung Gaming Hub,” said George Tsipolitis, Director of Amazon Luna. “By teaming up with Samsung, we’re bringing our growing collection of games, unlimited gameplay channels including the Retro Channel and Jackbox Channel, and the Prime Gaming Channel that offers Amazon Prime members a rotating selection of games to play for free. It’s a winning combination that provides even more value and options to 2022 Samsung TV owners and gamers.”
Amazon Luna is a cloud gaming service that allows players to choose from more than 250 titles and play on PCs, Macs, Fire TVs, Fire tablets, iOS and Android phones and tablets, and Chromebooks. Beginning today, Luna users can also link their profiles to the Samsung Gaming Hub and continue to play on Samsung’s 2022 television models.
Using the Samsung Gaming Hub’s controller passthrough technology, gamers can choose to play their Amazon Luna titles with a Luna Controller or with any other supported Bluetooth controller. Also just launched this month are four free games as part of the Prime Gaming Channel offer, including: Control Ultimate Edition, Myst, Garfield Kart and Steel Assault.
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