Cloud game streaming has become a “big business” in line with streaming music and streaming movies and TV series. Apple, Google, and Microsoft have already thrown themselves into game streaming with services Apple ArcadeAnd the google stadia And the Xbox Cloud gamesAnd now it’s the world’s largest streaming provider, Netflix. This was reported by the news agency Bloomberg.
Hire a well-known expert
According to Bloomberg, the American broadcasting giant has hired Mike Verdo, who will take the position of “Vice President of Game Development.” Verdu previously worked at Electronic Arts with game titles such as “Sims,” “Plants vs. Zombies” and on Facebook, where he led the development of games and other entertainment applications for the Oculus VR headset.
Playing on Netflix costs nothing extra
Bloomberg sources say Netflix has no plans to launch a new separate service. Instead, games will become an integral part of the service’s existing content along with other new types of content like stand-up shows and documentaries, and Netflix users won’t pay extra to access the new content.
Bloomberg expects the first game titles to be shown on Netflix next year. Netflix is already in full swing though Searching for employees for the project.