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Netflix reveals that it’s finally getting serious about games

During an earnings call on Tuesday, Netflix announced massive plans for games on its service. Last week, Bloomberg reported that Netflix had hired former Oculus executive Mike Verdu to head up the company’s gaming effort. Netflix confirmed Verdu’s hiring, but would not offer any additional details. Now we know a bit more about how Netflix will handle games.

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