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Netflix buys Boss Fight Entertainment

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Netflix buys Boss Fight Entertainment

Boss Fight Entertainment is Netflix’s third studio acquisition of a game in less than six months. 

The acquisition comes after Next Games, which was acquired earlier this month as well as Night School Studio, which was acquired in the late 2021.

As Microsoft as well as Sony are busy purchasing gaming giants like Activision as well as Bungie, Netflix just acquired its third studio for game development within the last six months. 

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The streaming giant recently acquired Boss Fight Entertainment

Boss Fight Entertainment is Netflix’s third studio acquisition of a game within only six months. 

This is the second acquisition following Next Games, which was purchased earlier in the month, as well as Night School Studio, which was purchased in the latter half of 2021.

Boss Fight Entertainment founders in the statement they posted on Netflix stated that “Boss Fight’s purpose is to provide simple beautiful, enjoyable, and exciting games to our players wherever they’d like to go.”

The companies did not reveal the exact amount or the form of money exchanged. 

They also did not disclose how the studio would operate following the acquisition.

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Netflix buys Boss Fight Entertainment

Netflix buys Boss Fight Entertainment

“Netflix’s decision to provide free games that are ad-free as part of subscribers allows game creators like us to concentrate on making fun games without worrying about the monetization. 

We couldn’t be more pleased to be a part of Netflix in this very early stage in our pursuit of the things we love and help shape how games will play with Netflix all together.” the company said.

Netflix has confirmed in July of last year that it would improve their mobile gaming experiences in order to offer its customers more value. 

Since then, the company has been hard at work to build its own studio as well as buying third-party gaming developers on mobile. 

Netflix’s vice president of game studios Amir Rahimi said, “We’re still in the initial stages of creating great gaming experiences for you as an element of the Netflix account.”

“Through collaborations with game developers across the globe and bringing on top talent and acquisitions such as this, we’re hoping to create a world-class gaming studio capable of providing an array of exciting and deeply enjoyable original games – without advertisements and no in-app purchases for our millions of subscribers across the globe,” he added.

The company claims that it is viewing the gaming industry as a brand new content category , similar to its previous films, animations, and television categories that are not scripted. 

The games the platform can offer are available to users without cost to their subscribers.


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