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Samsung announced in its SDC21 keynote presentation about its new cloud gaming platform that will work with its smart TVs with the goal of having the cloud gaming platform to work with Samsung TVs that are powered by the Linux-based Tizen.

Developers will be able to apply the experience of using a Samsung TV to “new games,” though it wasn’t specified if there are already talks happening which pertain to specific games or developers.

Samsung worked with a game streaming company called Gaikai to bring an early version of cloud gaming to its high-end TVs. The Tizen OS was applied to Samsung TVs starting in 2015, so there’s a good chance that if customers have one of the company’s smart TVs, they will be compatible with whatever the plans are for the cloud gaming service.

They will be able to enjoy games without purchasing high-end hardware, and developers can easily apply Samsung Smart TV’s seamless, immersive experience to new games.

“To diversify your game selection on Samsung Smart TVs, we are developing a new Cloud Game platform. This means that soon, you will be able to enjoy games without purchasing high-end hardware, and developers can easily apply Samsung Smart TV’s seamless, immersive experience to new games,” Samsung’s Senior Vice President of Visual Display Software R&D Yongjae Kim said, elaborating about the new cloud gaming plans.

The global cloud gaming market was valued at $612.31 million in 2020 and is expected to reach $5,370.37 million by 2026. Currently, there are several game streaming platforms by Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Sony and Nvidia.

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