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Thursday, 07 June 2012 12:43

Gaikai cloud gaming coming to Samsung Smart TVs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The cloud gaming service company Gaikai, a name that you may remember from Nvidia's GTC, has partnered up with Samsung to bring its cloud gaming service to Samsung's Smart TVs.

The Samsung Cloud Gaming (SCG) as Samsung decided to call it, will be availble on Samsung's 7000 Series and up Smart TVs and has been apparently in developement for the last nine months. Gaikai is quite on a roll as recently they have been a star at Nvidia's GTC show during the presentation of Geforce GRID and their name has come up in the list of companies that will have something to do with the upcoming AMD Fusion Developer Summit.

According to the press release, Samsung will soon begin accepting signups for the Samsung Cloud Gaming beta, but, unfortunately, it will be limited to users that are running Smart TVs in the US of A.

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