Netflix: Slow Gaming Expansion Could Benefit From Transformative Buy


  • Netflix announced hiring for a AAA video game, presumably to establish a new franchise akin to TTWO or ATVI.
  • However, I believe that this is risky despite Netflix’s ability to market their new game.
  • Netflix has limited gaming infrastructure, experience, or popularity, so the returns on investment will likely be low for years.
  • I suggest the real way that Netflix should enter the fray is through a key acquisition: Valve Corporation.

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Netflix Vs The Gaming Industry

Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) is looking to enter the video game market by internally developing a AAA title, according to recent job listings. However, there are many issues that may arise with this decision. This article

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