Big tech firms have launched business models to become the Netflix of gaming. Instead of buying a game and playing it on a console at home, users would have a subscription to a site or game and be able to play it hosted by the provider on a super fast computer. This would avoid the need both for purchasing the game upfront as well as buying a console or expensive computer to play it on. Some of this already exists in financial services, but gaming-as-a-service shows some possible extensions.
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