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Cloud Gaming expansion coming soon

The world’s favorite streaming platform is about to dive deeper into gaming. Netflix VP of Gaming Mike Verdu shared more details about the decision.

He confirmed that Netflix is ​​”seriously exploring a cloud gaming offering.” The company’s new game studio will also open in Southern California.

Verdu promises that Netflix’s cloud gaming service will be better than Google’s Stadia. It will follow a different business model that facilitates user experience.

Learn more about Netflix’s cloud gaming service

This is Netflix cloud gaming.

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Netflix’s VP of gaming discussed the new service at the TechCrunch Disrupt online conference. He cited the Google Stadia platform as an example.

Stadia is a cloud gaming service, a platform that allows users to purchase and play games online. You need an internet connection to access your games, just like Sony PlayStation Plus.

Stadia was different because people could only access its game library with a proprietary controller. To make matters worse, it didn’t have many famous names.

Stadia has promised to compete with major rivals such as Xbox and Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, it closed in January after failing to gather more users.

Stadia VP and CEO Phil Harrison said:

“While Stadia’s approach to consumer game streaming has been built on a strong technological foundation, it hasn’t gained the traction we expected, so we’ve made the difficult decision to begin winding down our Stadia streaming service.”

VP Mike Verdu said Netflix’s cloud gaming platform will take a different approach. Unlike Stadia, this won’t require a proprietary device.

Gamers will be able to access Netflix games through an app for gaming consoles and PCs. Here’s Verdu’s exact statement at TechCrunch Disrupt:

“This is an added value. We are not asking you to sign up as a console replacement. It’s a completely different business model. The hope is that over time this will become a very natural way to play games wherever you are.”

Verdu said the company has 55 titles “in flight” for its Netflix cloud gaming service. This includes original intellectual properties (IP) such as Stranger Things.

How to access Netflix games

This is Netflix cloud gaming.

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The video streaming platform started to enter the gaming sphere before it planned to create cloud gaming service Netflix. Check it out in your Netflix app.

Swipe down on the home screen to find Netflix games a row On the other hand, you can choose games tab. Next, select a name and click Get the game. Here are the available titles:

  • Arcanium: Rise of Akhan
  • Asphalt Xtreme
  • Before your eyes
  • Bowling balls
  • Map explosion
  • Cafe “Domino”.
  • Dungeon Dwarves
  • Dragon Up
  • Exploding kittens
  • Hextech Mayhem: A League of Legends Story
  • In the breach
  • Into the Dead 2: Unleashed
  • Knitted products
  • Crispy Street
  • Solitaire Mahjong
  • Lunar
  • Poinpee
  • Relic Hunters: Rebels
  • Shatter Remastered
  • Shooting hoops
  • Stranger Things: 1984
  • Stranger Things 3: The Game
  • rocking chair (up)
  • This is a true story
  • Citizens – The Kingdom Restored
  • Wonderputt Forever

Depending on your device, the App Store or Google Play Store will open. Next click Install button and wait for the download process to complete.

Click Open button after. You can find your new games in the Netflix Games section of the app. Alternatively, you can open it from the home screen of your device. Finally, choose your profile and start playing!


Netflix will soon launch a cloud gaming service. According to the vice president, the company has 55 titles ready and will open a game studio in Southern California.

You don’t have to wait for Netflix’s cloud gaming platform to play games. The Netflix app offers several free mobile games for subscribers.

You can also check out other Inquirer Tech articles while you wait. Here’s the latest news and updates about your favorite apps, gadgets, and more.

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