Samsung is preparing to launch a free games service for its phones

Jan 7, 2024 | GAMES, NEWS

After Google Stadia disappeared, the two big cloud gaming platforms are Xbox Game Pass and NVIDIA GeForce NOW, but we also see how other companies unrelated to video games, such as Netflix, launch their own game streaming service. In fact, the Netflix platform has now been available to some users in Canada and the UK since mid-August.

Samsung is preparing to launch a free games service for its phones

In this sense, a recent leak shared by The Verge suggests that Samsung could launch its own video game streaming service for Galaxy mobile phones and tablets.

A recent report by the Korea Economic Daily confirmed that the Korean giant plans to announce its video game streaming platform, dubbed “Galaxy Cloud,” at the Samsung 2023 Developers Conference, scheduled to be held in San Francisco, North America, on October 5.

According to the above media, Samsung’s cloud gaming service will be exclusive to the company’s smartphones and tablets, a trial version of which is already being tested in the US and Canada with very positive responses from users.

The Korean giant has confirmed that it will not charge any kind of subscription to this cloud gaming platform, as its users will only have to pay for the games they want to play and enjoy other streaming services for video games within it.

This way, if you have a Samsung smartphone or tablet, you’ll be able to enjoy a plethora of free and paid mobile games alike.

According to this report, Samsung has decided to launch its mobile gaming platform to mitigate the loss of revenue resulting from lower mobile sales, which will fall by 6% compared to the previous year, according to analysts.