Samsung Gaming Hub, which was launched last year for smart monitors and smart TVs, offers multiple cloud game streaming services, including Amazon Luna, Microsoft Xbox Cloud, Nvidia GeForce Now, and Utomik. Now, the company is adding two more cloud game streaming providers to Samsung Gaming Hub: Antstream Arcade and Blacknut.
Antstream Arcade and Blacknut bring more than 1,900 games to Samsung smart TVs and smart monitors
These two new cloud gaming providers collectivity bring more than 1,900 games to Samsung's smart monitors and smart TVs. Antstream Arcade brings 1,400 arcade classic games, including Galaga, Dig Dug, and Double Dragon. Right now, Antstream Arcade is running a promotion that offers a 12-month subscription to the service for just $12/€12/£12. The company is also running a Samsung global tournament on the classic platformer Spin Master for a chance to win a lifetime subscription to Antstream and enter a prize draw to win one of three annual subscriptions.
Blacknut brings 500 premium family titles and exclusives. With a premium subscription to this service, five players in a home can use the service simultaneously. It offers a wide range of gaming titles for young players through optional parental controls. Via a PIN-protected profile, kids can play games like PAW Patrol and the Gigantosaurus. The company is offering a free 15-day trial to the service so users can explore the games.
Mike Lucero, Head of Product Management for Gaming at Samsung Electronics, said, “Samsung Gaming Hub offers players more ways to access the titles they love and discover new ones to play from our game streaming partners, no console required. With Antstream Arcade and Blacknut, we’ve made games even easier to jump into. Now all you need to do is pick up your Samsung TV remote to enjoy great games like ‘Pac-Man’ and ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire?’, or pair your Bluetooth controller to access thousands of world-class games across genres.”
These new services will be available to many smart TVs and smart monitors launched in 2022 and 2023. Samsung Gaming Hub will be showcased at the Summer Game Fest in Los Angeles next week. The South Korean firm will showcase all its cloud game streaming options with more games, more screens, and more ways to pick up and play.