The giant of the streaming world is willing to enter the video game market. As per the leak information, Netflix would like to add a range of games to its catalog of series and movies.
The application is determined to diversify itself similar to Apple Arcade. It would also look to hire a senior executive specializing in the video game industry. The subscription-based video game service like Apple Arcade. They give subscribers unlimited access to its selection of games. With the global gaming market now exceeding $300 billion, according to an April study. Netflix's move would open a new and highly lucrative stream of revenue for the streaming giant. Netflix has never hidden its interest in video games and, more broadly, in interactive entertainment. Netflix launched You vs. Wild, a series of interactive adventures and many more. In an interview with AFP, a Netflix spokesperson said, "We've continually expanded our offering from series to documentaries, film, local language originals, and reality TV. Our members can also benefit from a more direct connection to the stories they love through interactive shows like Bandersnatch and You vs. Wild or games based on Stranger Things, La Casa de Papel, and To all the boys. We are excited to do more with interactive entertainment.” The streaming giant is no stranger to video games because it has showed it’s clear interested throughout as it has aired shows based on video game properties such as Castlevania, and Dragon’s Dogma. In fact, the upcoming Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, and then there’s the animated League of Legends series coming to the service.
Amazon is also learning its own gaming lesson right now with Amazon Game Studios. Netflix’s idea isn’t so unique it has been opted but while its competitors have failed. Microsoft on the other hand with its large, dedicated gaming arm continues to thrive in the same space.