Amazon Luna cloud gaming service becomes part of the Samsung
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Amazon Luna cloud gaming service becomes part of the Samsung Gaming Hub platform

Amazon Luna cloud gaming service has become part of the Samsung Gaming Hub platform. Thanks to this, it is now available to users of 2022 Samsung Smart TVs and monitors. Previously, Gaming Hub added support for Google Stadia, Xbox Cloud Gaming, and NVIDIA GeForce Now services. The Samsung gaming platform launched in late June, and at that time the Xbox TV app was exclusive to the latest Samsung smart TVs and monitors.

    Image source: Samsung

Image source: Samsung

The launch of Amazon Luna on the Samsung Gaming Hub means the South Korean company’s platform now supports all major cloud gaming services on its latest smart TVs and monitors. “With the addition of Amazon Luna, we now offer over 1,000 games on Samsung Smart TVs, making Samsung Gaming Hub the number one choice for game streaming.”— commented on this issue in Samsung.

Recall that the Amazon Luna service officially launched in the United States earlier this year. Unlike Stadia or GeForce Now, Luna subscribers pay monthly to access game packs. There are several ways to interact with the service, the cheapest plan is $4.99 per month. In addition, users are offered several games every month that you can interact with for free.

With over 250 games currently available on Luna, you can interact with the service on Windows, macOS and Chrome OS PCs, Fire TVs and tablets, and Android and iOS devices. You can use any Bluetooth controller or a standard Luna controller to interact with Luna through the Samsung Gaming Hub.

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