Samsung unveiled a game streaming service that will work with the Note 10 series last week at the Galaxy Unpacked event, allowing for play from a computer to a smartphone. Play Galaxy Link is the name of the envisioned game streaming service, and its official debut is scheduled for September.
A brief video of PlayGalaxy Link being played on a PC and then on a computer with a Galaxy Note 10 that has a Game button was uploaded to YouTube by the Korean tech company Samsung. It was evident from the video that the game was being played on a computer using a Note 10 smartphone.
You need to be connected to Wi-Fi and have a Samsung account in order to play the game from your computer to your smartphone. Both the computer and the phone must have the PlayGalaxy Link program installed in order for it to be enabled.
Android and Windows 10 versions of the PlayGalaxy Link software will also be made available. Parsec and Samsung collaborated to create the game streaming solution for the cloud gaming industry.
Glap is the name of the gaming button displayed in the PlayGalaxy Link advertising video from Samsung. The cost is approximately 120,000 Myanmar kyats, and it can be used for 10 hours after a full charge.