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This article was published on August 20, 2015

GameFly’s video game streaming service is now on Samsung Smart TVs in Europe and US

GameFly’s video game streaming service is now on Samsung Smart TVs in Europe and US
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Earlier this summer, GameFly announced a new service that’ll let Amazon Fire TV users stream collections of video games for a monthly fee.

Today, it’s expanding that offering to Samsung Smart TVs in Europe and US. GameFly says most 2014 and 2015 Samsung Smart TV models will support the service, and it recommends using the Logitech F310, F710 and Xbox wired controllers as third party components.

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The service’s model remains identical to Amazon Fire TV’s: you can select a number of video game bundles that include an assortment of titles based on category, i.e. adventure, racing, LEGO, etc. The price varies based on the pack, ranging from $6.99 to $9.99 a month.

The company made no further announcement as to whether it will offer this service to current GameFly customers.

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