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Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick Says Google Stadia Over-Promised


Google Stadia has not been the success that Google may have hoped it would be, and certainly not the success that they had been marketing it to be prior to it’s arrival, and Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick seems to think that Stadia over promised on what the technology could deliver.

“The launch of Stadia has been slow,” Zelnick, who spoke at the Bernstein Annual Strategic Decisions Conference, said according to Gamespot. “I think there was some over promising on what the technology could deliver and some consumer disappointment as a result.”

“Anytime you broaden distribution you potentially broaden your audience, which is why we supported the release of Stadia with three titles initially and will continue to support high-quality streaming services as long as the business model makes sense,” Zelnick stated.

“The belief that streaming was going to be transformative was based on a view that there were loads of people who really had an interest in interactive entertainment, really wanted to pay for it, but just didn’t want to have a console. I’m not sure that turned out to be the case,” Zelnick said.

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