Samsung announced causing great enthusiasm and eagerness for new ways for gamers to experience game streaming with the addition of new partners. Samsung TV models1 and 4K games, further delivering on its promise of bringing the future of gaming to consumers across the globe.
Anystream and Blackout Joining Samsung’s Game Streaming Offer
Anystream Arcade is termed the world’s largest cloud gaming service that provides players access to over 1,500 iconic games and weekly new multiplayer challenges and tournaments. It will soon be able to battle its friends and the global community with the best games from the 80s, 90s, and 00s, from Pac-Man to Mortal Kombat and Metal Slug to Select Samsung TV owners.
Steve Cottam, CEO of Antstream Arcade, said
“Antstream Arcade believes that combining gaming’s past with gaming’s future will push the industry forward to the next era of video games.”
“What fulfills that promise better than retro arcade games played on Samsung’s most advanced Smart TVs? Game streaming provides gamers with more opportunities to play games they love or classics they missed out on.”
With a growing catalog of 500+ premium PC and console games, Blacknut’s Cloud Gaming subscription-based service offers the largest unlimited access to gaming content for TV screens. Blackout allows a “click and play” experience, allowing up to five players to play simultaneously on any compatible smartphone, PC, or Smart TV.
Blackout’s library focuses on core and casual family members, delivering a wealth of titles spanning classic AAA games, indie favorites, story-driven adventures, strategy, and also the largest collection of racing and sports games.
Nabil Laredj, VP, of Business Development & Licensing at Blackout, encountered.
“Blackout is now bringing the largest Cloud Gaming catalog included in one subscription to Samsung, the number one game streaming destination.”
“We designed Blackout as a family gaming platform including five player profiles that can play simultaneously. Bringing our service to Samsung devices allows more gamers to experience the future of gaming.”
Launching in 2023, both Antstream and Blackout game streaming will become available to owners of select 2021, 2022 & 2023 Samsung TVs. Samsung is giving more players access to game streaming through select 2021 Samsung Smart TVs. Bringing Cloud Games to Millions of 2021 Samsung Smart TV Owners crackling out through the end of the year.
By expanding the game streaming experience to select 2021 Samsung Smart TVs, existing Samsung customers will now have instant access to the same games available through the Samsung Gaming Hub on 2022 Smart TVs and Monitors.
Mike Lucero, Head of Product for Gaming at North America Service Business Team, Samsung Electronics, said.
“When Samsung Gaming Hub rolled out earlier this year on 2022 TV models, the number one question we received was ‘when is game streaming coming to my 2021 TV.’ Today we are happy to share with our eager fans that they will be able to play the games they love before the end of this year.”
“With any leading Bluetooth-enabled gaming controller and an internet connection, millions of players will be able to access an expansive library of games ranging from the best AAAs to the hottest indies and retro games directly through partner apps on select 2021 Smart TVs, making Samsung devices a preferred destination for game streaming.”
On Samsung Smart TVs via NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW, 4K Games will be available soon. The offer will enable GeForce NOW players to stream PC games at up to 4K resolution at 60 frames per second natively in 2022 and select 2021 Samsung Smart TVs without waiting for downloads, installs patches, or updates.
GeForce NOW premium membership is needed for an enhanced experience including 4K resolution, faster frame rates, RTX ON, priority access to NVIDIA gaming servers, and extended eight-hour session lengths.
Samsung will make available individual apps from game streaming partners Xbox, NVIDIA GeForce NOW, and Utomik, with Blackout and Antstream Arcade coming in 2023. Once available, the individual gaming apps can be downloaded from the Samsung App Store via the Media Hub directly on the TV. Blackout’s members can enjoy acclaimed hits, such as Metro Exodus, and Overcooked as well as a vast collection of Disney games.
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