The "Gaming Hub" function, which Samsung had previously promised will be available on its Tizen-based smart TVs, is now operational and will initially enable cloud gaming via Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now.
The "ultimate home" for all things gaming is the "Gaming Hub" on Samsung TVs. It can offer quick and simple access to a local console and a variety of other gaming materials. The Hub suggests watching videos of gameplay, game trailers, and other things.
However, this mostly serves as a hub for all of your cloud gaming services.
Recently, Samsung and Microsoft proudly said that this would be the first method of playing Xbox Cloud Gaming on the TV without having a physical Xbox console. But on launch day, two other options will be added to Microsoft's.
Starting today, Samsung Tizen TVs can access Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now. Also "coming soon" is Amazon Luna.
Gamers can find and play their favorite games from partners including Xbox, NVIDIA GeForce NOW, Google Stadia, Utomik, and, soon, Amazon Luna on Samsung Gaming Hub, an all-in-one game streaming discovery platform.
What hardware is supported? Samsung claims that its 2022 portfolio will have Gaming Hub, mentioning the following in particular: