We’ve got more affordable TV sets coming out in 2021 and you can even try out Samsung’s cloud gaming features. This includes all of our 2021 models, such as the AU7000, AU8000, and 8K flagships like the QN900. In the full summary below this story, you will find a list of streaming services that should be available to you by around 2022. Samsung claims to have laid the groundwork for this in a recent deal with Netflix. To get the full benefits of a gaming hub, you will need certain models of the Q70A or AU8000.

Samsung says they’ll start streaming 4K games on select TVs by 2022. They’ll also work to stream 4K games on your TV starting in a few weeks (starting in 2022). The RTX3080 subscription will cost more, but it may be worth the cost if you want that higher resolution for your TV. It could serve as a substitute for a high-end gaming PC.

We’re also giving away a free Xbox controller and 3 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate when you buy any TV from us. The offer only lasts until the end of 2019, so act fast to avoid missing out! With the Q60B & Q80B you’ll only get a three-month Game Pass. It’s not worth buying these if you’re not into gaming. But if you like them and don’t have the full set, then it could be a good way to save some cash.

You can use Antstream Arcade to stream games in 2023, or Blacknut which will offer 500 family-friendly titles. They might not seem as appealing as other services like Game Pass and GeForce Now, but if you’re looking for niche video games or kid-friendly alternatives, they might be what you need.

  • AU7000
  • AU8000
  • AU9000
  • Q50
  • Q60
  • Q70
  • Q95
  • QN700
  • QN800
  • QN850
  • QN900
  • LS03A
  • WS1A

Don’t you wish you could play your favourite 4K games on your smart TV? Well, now you can with the help of NVIDIA! This article tells about how.

Coming soon, GeForce NOW will enable PC games to be streamed to your TV at a superior 60 frames per second and 4K resolution! GeForce NOW premium membership allows for an enhanced experience, such as playing games in 4K, at fast frame rates and the ability to play RTX ON titles. It also includes priority access to NVIDIA gaming servers and extended 8-hour session lengths.