Samsung has announced that it will be discontinuing its game streaming service PlayGalaxy Link – just six months after it first launched in September.
Samsung confirmed the services fate in a statement shared via the PlayGalaxy website, which reads: “After many difficult discussions, PlayGalaxy Link will be ended on 27 March 2020 due to internal policy changes”.
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