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PlayGalaxy Link remote gaming reaches Galaxy S10, more flagships will be added next month

Samsung is expanding the coverage of its remote gaming platform – PlayGalaxy Link. Currently, in beta state, the app streams a game running on your PC to your Galaxy smartphone. It’s a solution that works similarly to Nvidia GameStream and Valve’s Steam Link Anywhere. It’s not the first time that a smartphone company is investing in the remote gaming segment. For instance, we have Sony and its PS4 Remote Play that now allows you to play your Ps4 in any Android smartphone. Since Samsung doesn’t have a video-game right now, it makes sense to allow users to remote play games that are installed in the PC.

Owners of Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ were the first to get the service, now Galaxy S10 owners . According to the report, the company will bring several new flagships to the list of supported devices in the next month. That list includes Galaxy S9, Note9, A90 and the Galaxy Fold. The regional availability is also getting an expansion. The service that started covering the US and South-Korea now works in the UK, Canada, Italy, the Netherlands, France, Singapore, and Russia…

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