The Amazon Louna cloud game service became part of the Samsung Gaming Hub platform

The Amazon Louna cloud game service became part of the Samsung Gaming Hub platform

Amazon Luna's cloud game service became part of the Samsung Gaming Hub platform. As a result, it is now available to users of Samsung 2022 smart TVs and monitors. Previously, the Gaming Hub was supported by Google Stadia, Xbox Cloud Gaming and NVIDIA GeForce Now.

The launch of Amazon Louna on Samsung Gaming Hub means that the South Korean company's platform now supports all popular cloud game services on its latest smart TVs and monitors.

Remember, Amazon Luna officially started in the United States earlier this year. Unlike Stadia or GeForce Now, Luna subscribers pay monthly for access to the game packages. There are different options for interacting with the service, the most affordable tariff is $4.99 a month. In addition, several games are offered to users each month, which are free to interact with.

At present, more than 250 games are available in Luna, and it is possible to interact with the service on computers with Windows, macOS and Chrome OS, televisions and Fire tablets, as well as devices operated by Android and iOS. Any Bluetooth controller or standard Luna controller can be used to interact with Luna via Samsung Gaming Hub.