Netflix is ​​reportedly keen to expand into video games

Streaming giant Netflix is ​​reportedly working hard to move beyond the film and television industry.

This is due to reports from sources quoting “situation-savvy” sources. According to the site, Netflix is ​​looking for video game executives and is likely already in contact with various people in the gaming industry.

Netflix seems to be considering offering a set of games (similar to Apple Arcade, etc.) that will be available through its own subscription service.

The streaming giant shared the following statement with Polygon, stating how excited he was to do more with “interactive entertainment.”

“Members appreciate the variety and quality of their content, which is why we continue to expand our offerings from series to documentaries, movies, originals in the local language, and reality TV. Members are interactive shows. You can also directly touch your favorite story through your favorites. Bandersnatch And You vs wild, Or based games Stranger Things, La Casa de Papel And To all boys.. So I’m excited to do more with interactive entertainment. “

Whether Netflix succeeds in this area is a completely different matter. The Game Pass is often considered “Netflix for video games,” as its sister site Pure Xbox points out. Then there are other services that basically flop, such as EA Play and Google Stadia, a dedicated streaming service.

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