Last year, the South Korean tech firm introduced its Gaming Hub. Various smart TVs as well as smart monitors have now support cloud game streaming services. Some of the well-known cloud game streaming service providers are Amazon Luna, Microsoft Xbox Cloud, Nvidia GeForce Now, and Utomik. Recently, the company has decided to expand its portfolio of cloud game streaming services on its products. In this perspective, the company is adding two more cloud game streaming providers to its Gaming Hub. These include the Antstream Arcade and Blacknut.
Collectively, the two new cloud gaming providers will introduce more than 1,900 games across Samsung’s products. Almost 1,400 arcade classic games like Galaga, Dig Dug, and Double Dragon will be introduced by Antstream Arcade. During a promotion, Antstream Arcade is selling a 12-month subscription to the service for just $12/€12/£12. Additionally, the business is holding a Samsung global competition on the vintage platformer Spin Master. Users will get a chance to win an Antstream lifetime subscription as well as a chance to win one of three annual subscriptions.
On the other hand, Blacknut will introduce 500 premium family titles and exclusives. The premium subscription of the service gives access to five players playing the game in a home setup simultaneously. It offers various gaming titles for young players. Furthermore, it even offers optional parental controls in the form of a PIN-protected profile. It offers several games for kids like PAW Patrol and the Gigantosaurus. In order to explore the game options, the company is offering a free trial of 15 days.
The new services are accessible on smart TVs and smart monitors introduced last year and the following year. Next week, the company will display the Samsung Gaming Hub at Summer Game Fest in Los Angeles. The South Korean firm will stage all its cloud game streaming options with added games, more screens, and additional ways to pick up and play.
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