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Elevate your gaming experience with Nvidia’s GeForce NOW on LG Smart TVs

As any serious gamer will know, pursuing the ultimate gaming experience is a never-ending quest. It is not just about playing games; it is about immersing yourself in a world where every pixel and frame counts. Imagine this: harnessing the power of your LG smart TV to transform it into a dynamic gaming hub, capable of delivering top-tier gaming performance with no additional hardware. This is the world that Nvidia’s GeForce NOW invites you to explore, and it has now been seamlessly integrated into select LG smart TV models.

“GeForce NOW isn’t just a run-of-the-mill gaming service; it’s a gateway to a realm of immersive, high-quality gameplay right from the comfort of your living room,” explains Lance Berger of LG Electronics South Africa. “With GeForce NOW, the limitations of traditional gaming hardware are a thing of the past. It opens up a diverse selection of games, including visually stunning and demanding titles, all made accessible through the convenience and power of cloud gaming—all on your LG smart TV.

“At LG, we recognise that gaming is an integral part of the modern entertainment experience. By integrating Nvidia’s GeForce NOW into our smart TVs, we aim to provide our users with seamless access to a vast library of high-quality games, delivering an unparalleled gaming experience with no dedicated gaming hardware,” adds Lance Berger.

Here are some of the key advantages of embracing GeForce NOW on your LG smart TV:

Unparalleled convenience: By integrating GeForce NOW into your LG smart TV, you are liberating yourself from the confines of dedicated gaming consoles or pricey gaming PCs. With just a few simple steps, you can unlock a world of gaming possibilities right from your living room, making it easier and more convenient than ever to immerse yourself in your favourite games.

Seamless performance: Embrace the power of cloud gaming with GeForce NOW and enjoy smooth gameplay with minimal latency. Bid farewell to lags and performance issues, and welcome a gaming experience that is as seamless as it is exhilarating, all while capitalising on your LG smart TV’s capabilities.

Stunning visuals: Envision yourself diving into a realm of visually stunning games in glorious 4K resolution with HDR support. GeForce NOW on LG smart TVs delivers an immersive gaming experience with breathtaking detail, vibrant colours, and exceptional clarity, all on the expansive canvas of your large screen.

“By offering GeForce NOW on select LG smart TV models, LG is not just opening a door—it’s creating a portal to a realm where gaming knows no bounds. This is a platform designed to cater to serious gamers, providing the means to unlock the full potential of your LG smart TV and immerse yourself in a world of gaming possibilities,” Lance Berger concludes.

GeForce NOW allows users to stream free-to-play games purchased from online stores such as Steam, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect and Origin. GeForce NOW connects to digital PC game stores so you can stream the games you already own on your LG TV. From Brand new releases like Starfield, to fan favourites like Fortnite, over 1500+ titles are available with new additions arriving every month.

To enjoy GeForce NOW on LG TVs, you will need a compatible controller for gameplay. Subscribers are required to own titles to play, and the availability of free-to-play games may vary by market. Additionally, a GeForce Now Powered by Rain subscription is required. You have the option to purchase either the Priority or Ultra option. The subscription is available to rain as well as non-rain customers. However, only Rain One 5G customers will benefit from discounted rates. Non-rain customers who wish to purchase a GeForce Now subscription will have to create a rain account and complete the on-boarding process. For a rain customer to be eligible to purchase a subscription, you must have a 5G service and be in 5G Home coverage.

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