Samsung discontinues its PlayGalaxy Link service
Samsung's PlayGalaxy Link service had appeared to be gaining steam over the last couple of months. It had been introduced with the Galaxy Note 10 series, and had gained compatibility with the S10 line thereafter. This PC-to-phone streaming facility had also gained a beta program. However, its developer has rather abruptly chosen to shut this down, along with the rest of the service.
The OEM has thanked current PlayGalaxy Link users for their support, but has also informed them that the service will become obsolete on March 27, 2020. Samsung has cited "internal policy changes" as the motivation for this decision. However, they were not discussed in detail in the platform's termination announcement
Samsung does also have a new partnership with Microsoft to facilitate gaming via its proprietary Galaxy app store. Therefore, it is possible that this solution is to superceded its existing form of wireless PC connection. On that note, the OEM has indeed mentioned a "new product" in its PlayGalaxy Link end-of-life statement.
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