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Business Insider reports that Amazon Game Studios has reportedly laid off dozens of employees. According to Kotaku, employees impacted by the layoffs have 60 days to find a new position within Amazon. They also have a choice to accept a severance package. Amazon Game Studios has released just a handful of games since its founding.

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