Netflix looks to expand into world of video gaming

Netflix is hiring former Oculus and Electronics Arts executive Mike Verdu to lead an expansion into video gaming. The plan is for Netflix to offer video games on its platform within the next year.

News 12 Staff

Jul 15, 2021, 7:45 PM

Updated 1,044 days ago

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Netflix is hiring former Oculus and Electronics Arts executive Mike Verdu to lead an expansion into video gaming. The plan is for Netflix to offer video games on its platform within the next year.
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