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Phil Spencer says Microsoft spends more than $1 billion per year to bring third-party games to Xbox Game Pass.

From an interview with Windows Central:

We have a service that is financially viable, meaning it makes money, in Game Pass. We’ve put a lot of money into the market, over a billion dollars a year supporting third-party games coming into Game Pass.

Spencer also says that the company “has no plans to bring Game Pass to PlayStation or Nintendo;” earlier this week, Xbox CFO Tim Stuart said that Microsoft is interested in bringing Game Pass to “every screen that can play games” including “what we would have thought of as competitors in the past like PlayStation and Nintendo,” as reported by GameSpot.

Windows Central’s full interview with Spencer is worth reading, if you have a few minutes.