Samsung expanding Xbox Cloud Gaming to some of its older smart TVs

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Samsung has announced it will be expanding access to streaming services like Xbox Cloud Gaming and Nvidia GeForce Now to select 2021 smart TV models. The Samsung Gaming Hub won’t be making the move to the older smart TVs, however. Rather, individual streaming apps will see inclusion on select 2021 smart TVs starting today and continuing throughout the remainder of 2022. Google Stadia will not be included.

You may recall the launch of Samsung Gaming Hub for 2022 smart TVs and smart monitors. The app initially rolled out with access to Nvidia GeForce Now, Google Stadia, and Xbox Cloud Gaming (with Game Pass). Amazon Luna was later added, as has been the lesser-known Utomik. Blacknut and Antstream Arcade are expected to be added to the Samsung Gaming Hub in 2023.

Below is a list of the 2021 Samsung smart TV models that will be getting the game streaming apps.

  • QN800
  • QN850
  • QN900
  • WS1A
  • QN700
  • LS03A
  • AU7000
  • AU8000
  • AU9000
  • Q50
  • Q60
  • Q95-Q70
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