Studio Wooga, from the Israeli gaming company Playtica, recently launched the game "Ghost Detective" that will appear on Netflix as part of the new gaming service offered by the streaming giant.
Ghost Detective is a mystery and detective game that transports players to the streets of New Orleans, United States, to help the ghost of a veteran detective trying to solve her own murder mystery.
The game "Ghost Detective" . Coming soon on Netflix, photo: PR
Nai Chang, Managing Director at Vega, said: "The collaboration with Netflix is more than a milestone – it's a testament to both companies' dedication to delivering unprecedented entertainment experiences to audiences around the world. Just like Netflix, studio operations are a source of inspiration for captivating stories. The launch of 'Ghost Detective' on Netflix Games is an extraordinary step that promises players a great adventure."
Ofer Kinberg, Playtica's Chief Revenue Officer: "The launch of 'Ghost Detective' on Netflix Games redefines the boundaries of storytelling and seamlessly combines the art of Studio Vega with the wide range Netflix has to offer. This collaboration underscores our commitment to delivering immersive, inspiring and thought-provoking experiences that succeed in capturing and challenging audiences around the world as we continue to carry out our mission of providing endless ways to play."
Israeli company Playtica, photo: PR
Just two weeks ago, Playtika announced the acquisition of Israeli gaming company Innplay Labs, which is responsible for, among other things, the popular game Animal Kingdom, for an estimated $300 million.
Playtika is considered a leader in mobile gaming and monetization platforms, with more than 35 million active monthly users across a portfolio of game titles.
Founded in 2010, the company was one of the first to offer free social games on social networks, and shortly thereafter on mobile platforms. The company is headquartered in Herzliya and employs more than 3,700 people in 19 locations around the world, 850 of them in Israel. The rest of its employees are located in London, Berlin, Vienna, Helsinki, Montreal, Chicago, Las Vegas, Santa Monica, Newport Beach, Sydney, Kiev, Bucharest, Minsk, Dnieper, Vinnitsa and more.
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