Samsung Electronics announces the release of Anstream Arcade e Blacknutwho effectively join the ranks of the South Korean company’s partners within the platform Samsung Gaming Hub. Samsung Smart TV and Smart Monitor users will have access to over 3,000 games; gamers of all ages will be able to easily find content and applications that are right for them, choosing from the best video game streaming partners in the industry, such as Xbox, NVIDIA GeForce NOW, Amazon Luna e Utomik beyond 1,400 classic retro arcade games su Antstream Arcade, oltre 500 games premium for the whole family and exclusive titles on Blacknut.
Antstream Arcade is the world’s largest cloud retrogaming service offering gamers access to over 1,400 classic games and 500 mini-challenges. Play classic arcade games like “Pac-Man”, “Galaga”, “Dig Dug” and “Double Dragon” through your Smart TV or monitor via the Samsung Gaming Hub.
Antstream Arcade is currently offering 12 months of access to the platform for €12, depending on the region, a significant discount for playing the platform’s extensive catalog of retro games.
He has declared Steve CottaCEO of Antstream Arcade.
“Antstream Arcade offers the best retro arcade game streaming experience and we are proud to align ourselves with strong partners like Samsung Gaming Hub who can help us reach more players. We’ve experienced firsthand the excitement people feel playing the games of their youth and sharing those games with the new generation of gamers.”
Blacknut is an online video game streaming service that gives you instant access to hundreds of video games. With a monthly subscription, gamers have more than 500 premium titles suitable for the whole family, five profiles they can access at the same time and a library of games available on all screens.
Blacknut offers a huge selection of games for all types of gamers, from beginners to the most experienced, from all over the globe. The catalog includes famous hits such as Metro Exodus e Overcooked 1 e 2and exclusively offers European users an entire collection of videogames Disney. The latest arrivals on the May 2023 international catalog are TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2 e Tour de France 2022which offer Samsung users the same immersive experience as a live race on television.
For Samsung customers only, Blacknut, now included in the Samsung Gaming Hub, it offers new users a 15-day free trial to explore the catalog and try over 500 premium games on a selection of 2021, 2022 and 2023 Samsung TVs.
he said about it Nabil LaredjVice President of Business Development & Licensing at Blacknut:
“Blacknut is thrilled to partner with Samsung Gaming Hub and to be able to introduce our catalog on this popular game streaming platform. With over 500 titles and choices for all tastes, we are delighted to be able to offer cloud gaming to the whole family in an absolutely innovative way”.
The Blacknut library aims to please all users, providing a wide choice of titles, from classic AAA games to the best indies, narrative adventures, strategy games and the largest collection of sports and racing video games.
Designed and equipped with optional parental controls, Blacknut offers a large catalog even for the youngest gamers. With a separate, pin-protected profile, junior players can choose from a variety of options, including Outright Games’ grand adventures based on kids’ favorite cartoons (Paw Patrol, Gigantosaurus and more3), for immersive fun. the whole family.
With one of the largest accesses to unlimited gaming content on TV, users will be able to sync up to 4 Bluetooth controllers to play against each other in co-op, party and multi-location content: whether users want to play together or alone, on Blacknut there is something for all tastes.
Antstream Arcade and Blacknut are available to owners of a selection of 2021, 2022 and 2023 Samsung TVs. For 2022 TVs and 2021 TVs with updated software sold in markets where the Samsung Gaming Hub is not available, users can find the apps from Samsung gaming partners in the TV App Store.
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