- July 21, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
Anya Taylor-Joy and Thomas Brodie-Sangster in a scene from ’The Queen’s Gambit.’
It is as good a time as any for
to test a new story line. Even a lucky turn in videogames won’t free the streaming giant from the need to keep playing Hollywood’s game, though.
Netflix used its second-quarter report Tuesday afternoon to confirm previously reported plans to enter the videogame business. No timing was given, though the company said the offerings would be included in its current subscription plans at no additional cost. The company isn’t backing away from its work on movies and TV shows, but said in its letter to shareholders “since we are nearly a decade into our push into original…