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Editorial: How Amazon Can Enter the Gaming Market

Jacob St-Amour from Link-Cable Writes: "Since the beginning of this generation, many have speculated how the industry will evolve into a digital and service-based platform. Fast-forward to 2019, and many game companies have come out with their own type of services while offering incentives when purchasing their own products, low monthly fees to access any numbers of titles or by simply being a gateway to play multiple different experiences on a single application. This is just the first of what will be a long transition into the digital service-based era and many companies outside of the gaming world have started to look into what could be a profitable new market if they so choose to venture in this unfamiliar territory. Enter Amazon, the online retailer who has already expanded greatly in many different frontiers have confirmed that they will be one of the first to bring a new service in the not so distant future, but what will it take for this giant of a company to be able to find success in the gaming market?"

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Christopher29d ago

Amazon entered the market the way they wanted by buying Twitch. Games are massive investments with too much competition.Twitch has a single competitor and makes bank on ads and subs.