Samsung’s Gaming Hub Arrives for Users in Australia


Samsung’s push towards giving users cloud-based gaming solutions hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down, and the company’s Gaming Hub platform has continued to reach more users in different regions worldwide. More recently, Samsung Gaming Hub was made available for users in Australia, on select Samsung TVs and monitors. A statement made by Jeremy Senior, Vice President for Consumer Electronics at Samsung Australia reads

The company is committed to pushing the boundaries of display AI innovation to enable our Smart TVs and Monitors to deliver the very best entertainment experiences including gaming.

With that being said, the service can be accessed from any of the following devices, listed below:

  • Neo QLED 8K TVs (QN900C)
  • Samsung OLED TVs (S95C, S90C)
  • Neo QLED 4K TVs (QN95C/QN90C, QN85C/Q80C, Q60C)
  • UHD TV (CU8000)
  • QLED TV (Q60B/C)
  • The Frame 32-inch lifestyle TV (LS03C)
  • Smart Monitor M-Series (M80C, M70C, M50C)
  • Odyssey Smart Gaming Monitors (Odyssey Ark, Odyssey OLED G95SC, Odyssey OLED G85NC,
  • Odyssey Neo G70B, and Odyssey G65B)
  • High Resolution Monitor (S90PC).

Samsung adds that it will expand availability to more devices soon, including its 2022 range of TVs and monitors. Currently, Samsung says that the Gaming Hub platform features more than 3,000 games in its library, made available via different apps and partners.

Source: Sammobile

Mike Viray
A writer and content creator with a love for tech and music, Mike is also an avid gamer as well. He and his wife are big fans of Mario Kart.

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