Netflix Brings Games to Streaming Platforms at No Charge: Report

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After dominating the digital streaming industry in India and around the world, Netflix is ​​reportedly shifting its focus to the gaming industry. According to a recent report, the American streaming giant has hired former Electronic Arts (EA) and Facebook Portal executives to lead the gaming division.

According to a report from Bloomberg, Netflix will enter the gaming sector next year to compete with Apple Arcade and cloud gaming platforms such as Google Stadia and Amazon Luna.

The company reportedly Hired Mike VerduHas worked on many of EA’s most popular mobile games, including The Sims, Plants vs. Zombies, and Star Wars, and has developed and led the division. Verdu, Bloomberg, Report directly to Netflix CEO Greg Peters.

Citing anonymous sources familiar with this issue, the report further states that Netflix will offer games within its current streaming platform. They will reportedly appear with a collection of the best Netflix Hindi movies and the best TV series and will be part of a new programming genre.

In addition, the company No additional charges from subscribers to access the game On that platform. Therefore, existing users may be able to enjoy the game on Netflix without paying extra money. This is pretty good news. In addition, it could help Netflix gain more subscribers and add to its growing user base.

The company plans to build a team to develop new games for users. In fact, Netflix has begun advertising game development posts on its official website. In addition, given Netflix’s history of game-like content such as Black Mirror: Banders Natch interactive movies and Stranger Things mobile games, streaming giants may make a name for themselves in the gaming sector. Are you excited about the game coming to Netflix? Or do you think it will be a failed attempt? Please let us know your opinion in the comments below.