In the summer of 2021, Netflix announced its plans to offer gaming products on its streaming platform.
The first games launched on Android in early November 2021 and are included alongside the streaming service’s movies and TV offers, bundled within the same monthly price.
But this category adjacency strategy (growing into adjacent markets) isn’t Netflix’s golden opportunity. Growing into adjacent markets makes the most sense when it allows a company to cross-sell or create an entirely new kind of revenue-generating business.
Neither is true in this case. Instead, Netflix is signaling it might be about to make the single greatest category design mistake in the book.
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