Viveport announces Samsung HMD Odyssey owners can receive two free months of Viveport Infinity

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September 23, 2019 – Viveport and Samsung have announced that all Samsung HMD Odyssey owners can now receive two free months of Viveport Infinity, Viveport’s unlimited subscription service for virtual reality. The offer, which began last week, is valid until the end of 2019, and enables any new or existing Viveport Infinity member who has a Samsung HMD Odyssey to redeem two free months of access through their Viveport account.

Viveport Infinity offers access to hundreds of games, apps and videos, and costs USD $12.99 a month, or USD $8.99 with a prepaid annual subscription. Samsung HMD Odyssey owners now have the freedom to play hundreds of titles, including any Windows Mixed Reality compatible title in the Infinity library.

“Our mission is to make VR content accessible for the entire VR community, regardless of their hardware preference,” said Rikard Steiber, President of Viveport. “We want to welcome all Samsung HMD Odyssey users to the Infinity service and enhance their virtual reality experience by offering them unfettered VR gaming and exploration.”

All Samsung HMD Odyssey owners who sign up for a Viveport Infinity membership from now through until the end of the year, will automatically receive two free months of the service. In addition, any current or past Viveport Infinity member who owns a Samsung HMD Odyssey will also be able to redeem their two free months of service. These members will be able to take advantage of all Viveport Infinity membership benefits during the promotional period, including monthly coupons, free title giveaways and premium Infinity content on Viveport Video. More information on how to redeem this offer can be found here.

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