Samsung released the Gaming Hub cloud-based gaming platform earlier this year for select 2022 smart TVs. But Samsung made the 2021 smart TV owners happy by announcing that it will bring the Gaming Hub feature to select 2021 TVs and monitors this year. Well, the day has finally arrived as Samsung Gaming, via its official Twitter account, announced it is rolling out game streaming for 2021 smart TVs.
So, if you own a Samsung smart TV from 2021, you can begin playing the incredible lineup of games. This makes it even more interesting, as you do not need ethernet cables, desktops, laptops, or gaming consoles. Of course, it wouldn’t be as majestic as playing on a PC or a gaming console, but it is pretty amazing to be able to play games directly on your smart TV.
The process of being able to enjoy game streaming services on Samsung smart TVs and smart monitors is pretty easy. All you need to do is ensure that your smart TV is up to date. If it isn’t, then check for the new update and install it if there’s a new one available. Then, connect your controller and select the streaming service to start playing games.
As of now, Samsung Gaming Hub supports GeForce NOW, Xbox Game Pass, Utomik, and Amazon Luna. You definitely need to be subscribed to any one of these gaming services in order to stream games through them. Once you have your subscription in place, you need to sign in with your credentials, which is a one-time affair.
2021 Samsung Smart TV game streaming is officially rolling out! 🎉
1️⃣ Check for the latest firmware update on your 2021 Samsung Smart TV.
2️⃣ Connect your favorite controller.
3️⃣ Start playing from our amazing lineup of game streaming services! pic.twitter.com/TipRt5Ub55
— Samsung Gaming (@SamsungGaming) December 6, 2022