Netflix is Looking into Cloud-Based Gaming 2022

Netflix is Looking into Cloud-Based Gaming 2022

Netflix may explore cloud gaming as it races to expand its game library and attract gamers

In its most recent job listing, Netflix has recruited cloud gaming professionals, hinting that the company may be exploring a new business.

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Protocol writes that the job listing is looking for a security product manager with experience handling cloud gaming challenges, an engineer who can support Netflix’s cloud gaming service, and more.

The launch of the cloud gaming service will allow moving beyond mobile devices into TV and PC gaming without relying on consoles.

“We’re always looking for great people to join our team and are constantly exploring new product opportunities to enhance the experience of our members,” the company told TechCrunch. “We don’t have anything else to share at this time.”

While less than 1 percent of Netflix users play mobile games, the site has expanded its library of games to include “Into the Breach” and “Before Your Eyes,” according to Apptopia.

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Cloud gaming has become very popular among gamers because it allows access to games without paying for expensive hardware. According to Research and Markets, the global cloud gaming market is expected to reach $20.94 billion by 2030.

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