Streaming giant Netflix is expanding its game streaming service to more devices, making it easier for subscribers to play games on their TVs and desktop browsers.

The company is currently testing the new feature with a small group of members in Canada and the UK, and it plans to roll it out to more countries in the coming months.

With the expanded game streaming support, Netflix members will be able to play games on a wider range of devices, including:

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  • Select smart TVs from Samsung, LG, and Sony
  • Amazon Fire TV devices
  • Chromecast with Google TV
  • Roku devices
  • Windows and macOS computers

To play games on a TV, Netflix members will need to download the Netflix app on their TV and connect it to their Netflix account. Once the app is installed, they will be able to browse and select games to play.

To play games on a desktop browser, members will need to go to the Netflix website and sign in to their account. They will then be able to browse and select games to play.

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