Samsung TVs are gradually evolving into a full-fledged gaming platform. Formerly a company presented its cloud gaming service, although it did not disclose details, and today suddenly announced the launch of GeForce Now and Google Stadia on its TVs at once!
Actually, it seems that this is what the October announcement of the Samsung Gaming Hub meant, and Samsung will not have any of its own service, but this is not so important anymore. Significantly, select 2022 TVs will soon include support for GeForce Now, Google Stadia and Utomik.
But Samsung Gaming Hub is not limited to cloud support. One of the unusual possibilities is using a controller of some kind of home console to work with the above platforms. That is, if a PlayStation or Xbox is connected to the TV, the console’s controller can be used for GeForce Now or Stadia.
Samsung has yet to reveal its list of cloud-enabled TVs, but has said it will start with the newest 2022 TVs and then work to expand support.