Samsung has announced Cloud Gaming will be available in Tizen smart TV. Users will be able to play new and popular video games on their TVs under this service. This Samsung service will work like Microsoft xCloud and Google Stadia.
Korean technology company Samsung has announced cloud gaming for its Tizen smart TVs. This cloud gaming will work like Microsoft xCloud, Google Stadia, Nividia, and Apple Arcade. However, no information has been given by the company about the upcoming video game in Cloud Gaming so far. Along with this, information has also been shared on which platform the company’s cloud gaming will be available.
Samsung cloud games for Tizen Smart TVs
Samsung’s Ju-Hyun Choi says that we have started quad gaming so that our users can play the latest games on Samsung Smart TVs. It is being speculated that the company will make the popular game available on its cloud gaming platform.
Having said this, in 2010, Samsung partnered with a game streaming company called Gaikai to provide a cloud gaming facility on its high-end TVs. However, Gaikai’s new owner had refused to work on cloud gaming. According to a report by Mordor Intelligence, the global cloud gaming market was valued at $612.31 million in 2020. It is now expected to be valued at $5,370.37 million by 2026.
The company released the Samsung-TV Plus service in India in April. Under this service, users will be able to download apps from the Galaxy Store and Google Play Store on their smart TVs. This service will work on smart TVs from 2017 till now. Through this, users will be able to watch content from 27 regional, national and international channels. This service is available in 14 countries.
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