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Netflix Buys First Gaming Studio After Rolling Out Mobile Titles In Europe

On September 28th, Netflix announced it had bought the video game company Night School Studio. Additionally, the organization announced it had successfully launched five mobile video games in select European markets.

Night School Studio will be the first non-mobile-based company to bring its games to the streaming giant. The company is best known for its debut game Oxenfree.

Netflix also announced it had introduced five games to Android users in Italy and Spain. The titles that were launched are Stranger Things: 1984, Stranger Things 3: The Game, Card Blast, Teeter Up, and Shooting Hoops.

The two Stranger Things games were rolled out in Poland in late August. Netflix did say that the three other games will soon be available in the country.

The Profit‘s Take:

This is all included with your Netflix membership, so, once again, The Profit was right! Being right never gets tiring. I’m excited to see who they buy next. They should go purchase CD Projekt, so they can own the whole The Witcher IP. I am sure we are not done talking about Netflix gaming.

(All information was provided by CNET, The Verge, and Yahoo! Finance)

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