Netflix to enter in Video Gaming Frame; Check details!
According to the report, Netflix now wants to try video gaming as well as video gaming.
New Delhi: Video streaming platform Netflix is about to enter the video gaming market soon. According to the report, Netflix now wants to try video gaming as well as video gaming.
Netflix all set for Gaming:
Netflix is going to take this decision at a time when the gaming market is growing very fast. Due to the Corona epidemic, people are imprisoned in homes, so the gaming market is at the top.
According to a report by The Information, Netflix is constantly talking to gaming companies for this. The report said that Netflix is in consultation with several companies for gaming like Apple's subscription, such as Apple Arcade. It is being said that Netflix's game will not have advertisements, rather it will be a subscription based gaming service.
Apart from gaming, it is also reported that Netflix is going to add another new plan to its video streaming service which will be named 'N-Plus'. In this, users will get to watch podcasts, custom TV show playlists and behind the scene content. For this subscription plan, the company is also taking feedback from some of its users.
Let me tell you that producer Srishti Bahl Arya, who recently watched Netflix's International Original Films division, has been discharged from the company. Netflix's Indian office confirmed this when contacted. Srishti Bahl Arya, who has been working as a producer in Hindi films and TV world for a long time, took the job of Netflix three years ago in 2018.
This was the time when Netflix started its low in India and the company needed a face that would be able to speak directly to the stalwarts of the Indian film industry. Netflix's highest ability was given to Srishti's networking ability, and due to this ability, Srishti also produced many movies and web series for Netflix.
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