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Over the last few years, the global console gaming market has rapidly expanded. Now, consumers are beginning to view their TVs as gaming devices, and they’re witnessing firsthand how factors like high image and audio quality and low input lag can combine to take their gaming experience to the next level.

 

Check out our gamer’s guide below to learn more about how Samsung optimized its newest QLED TVs to offer users more immersive and responsive gaming sessions.

 

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