Netflix is done depending exclusively on third-party teams to support its game catalog. The streaming monster is forming an in-house game studio in Helsinki, Finland to make "world-class" original games without ads or in-app purchases. While it's too early for subtleties of the actual games, Zynga and EA alumnus Marko Lastikka will serve as director. Helsinki is a good fit as the home to probably the "best game talent" on the planet, as per Netflix. This incorporates The Walking Dead mobile developer Next Games (which Netflix purchased in March). Netflix has bought different developers, including Boss Fight and Oxenfree maker Night School Studio, yet hasn't constructed a developer from scratch until now. You won't see the first fruits of this internal studio for "years," Netflix says. In any case, this and recent acquisitions show how the organization's gaming procedure is advancing. Where Netflix at first relied upon outsiders' games, including marginally changed versions of existing titles, it's increasingly focused on genuinely unique projects you won't find somewhere else. In principle, more individuals will subscribe to Netflix in view of the game library.