Netflix is now streaming chess moves to its customers via the Netflix Chess app.
The move to stream chess moves comes after Chess.com announced a partnership with Chess.TV last month, where Chess.tv customers can watch chess and chess moves from other streaming services.
Chess moves were a popular topic of discussion when the news broke last month.
Chess.net CEO Paul Tschirtschmidt said on Twitter that he and his team of chess experts will be streaming chess from the app to users in the coming weeks.
The Chess.NET team also announced that the app will be available to the public for free on March 4, 2017.
“We’ve created a unique, powerful chess experience for our customers, and it’s about to get even better,” Tschirschmidt tweeted.
The move comes after Netflix said it was “coming out of the dark ages” in terms of how it manages its content.
The company has not released the details of its streaming strategy, but it has said it will stream movies, TV shows and other shows on demand, rather than on-demand through a subscription service.