A new form of streaming is gaining momentum -- and that's not good for the iconic content company.
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News & Analysis: Netflix
Big tech companies have a track record of failing in gaming, but Netflix's free-to-play mobile games could be different.
The company is dipping its toes into a new entertainment market as subscriber growth shows signs of slowing.
Increasing the odds of positively surprising shareholders with new developments warrants a premium.
The company will offer ad-free mobile games for free to subscribers. At least, initially.
The leading video streamer is making a surprising move.
The long-term growth picture for this streaming giant is as bright as ever.
The underlying details of the company's net addition numbers are important.
Subscriber growth continued to decelerate in the second quarter, and Netflix's third-quarter subscriber forecast is unimpressive, too.
Subscriber growth may be abnormally slow, but the business model itself is plenty viable.