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Netflix is “seriously exploring” its own cloud gaming service. The streaming giant is pushing on with its first steps into the gaming world, and bosses see the technology as “a value add” for the platform’s subscribers. Speaking at TechCrunch Disrupt, Netflix’s vide president of gaming Mike Verdu added: “We’re not asking you to subscribe as a console replacement. It’s a completely different business model. “The hope is over time that it just becomes this very natural way to play games where wherever you are.” While some sceptics have pointed to Google’s Stadia platform, which will be shut down…

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