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Video games are the next entertainment industry undergoing a major disruption, all the way down to the consoles and controllers.
Why it matters: New subscription streaming services represent a massive shift from gaming into the cloud, which will make it easier to access games on any device, including mobile, Axios' Sara Fischer emails.
The big picture: Gamers wouldn't necessarily have to buy individual games anymore — they could buy them as part of a larger and potentially cheaper package — and it means that they wouldn't be limited to expensive hardware devices that only work for certain games.
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