A user plays supernatural game Oxenfree on a mobile phone, one of 35 available through Netflix as it invests in the gaming market. The streaming giant has been buying up games studios and looking at cloud gaming options. Photo: Shutterstock
A user plays supernatural game Oxenfree on a mobile phone, one of 35 available through Netflix as it invests in the gaming market. The streaming giant has been buying up games studios and looking at cloud gaming options. Photo: Shutterstock
Netflix

Netflix plans to be a major mobile gaming player. Amazon and Disney have struggled, but can the streaming giant succeed?

  • Netflix is looking to diversify its business and reverse declining subscriptions, and has set its sights on the huge mobile gaming market
  • The streaming service has 35 downloadable games, with another 15 in the pipeline, and has been buying up games studios and looking at cloud gaming options

A user plays supernatural game Oxenfree on a mobile phone, one of 35 available through Netflix as it invests in the gaming market. The streaming giant has been buying up games studios and looking at cloud gaming options. Photo: Shutterstock
A user plays supernatural game Oxenfree on a mobile phone, one of 35 available through Netflix as it invests in the gaming market. The streaming giant has been buying up games studios and looking at cloud gaming options. Photo: Shutterstock
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