Netflix carries out mobile games to subscribers on Android

Netflix carries out mobile games to subscribers on Android

Netflix Inc (NFLX.O) on Tuesday carried out its mobile games globally to members with Android gadgets, investigating new ground as competition solidifies on the video streaming pioneer’s home turf.

Clients will just require a Netflix subscription to play those games and there will be no extra fees or in-app purchases, the organization said.

Offering games free of charge to current subscribers echoes the strategy Netflix used while moving from a business of DVDs-by-mail to streaming films.

Its move into gaming was declared in July, as the organization confronted a sharp slowdown in new clients after years of fast extension, a pandemic-fueled blast in 2020 and singing competition from any semblance of Disney+ and HBO Max.

Netflix has effectively presented its games like “Stranger Things: 1984”, “Stranger Things 3: The Game”, “Card Blast”, “Teeter Up” and “Shooting Hoops” titles on Android to Netflix members in Spain, Italy and Poland.

The streaming giant additionally purchased video game maker Night School Studio in September and carried out five mobile gaming titles in select European markets.

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