Popcornflix hits 36 new countries

Popcornflix hits 36 new countries

Popcornflix hits 36 new countries

Ad supported streaming service Popcornflix is set to hit 36 new countries, including Latin-America, the Middle East, Russia and China.

This recent expansion now makes the service newly available on the web and mobile devices in sixteen countries in Latin America, from Mexico to Argentina, sixteen Middle-Eastern countries, including Iran, Iraq and Saudi-Arabia, as well as Poland, Russia, Turkeyand China. Popcornflix also announced their launch on Xbox One and Xbox 360 in the United Kingdom, marking their first foray on gaming consoles in the territory.

“Today’s audiences increasingly want to watch content on their own terms, however they want, wherever they are,” comments David Fannon, Executive Vice President at Popcornflix. “Popcornflix is dedicated to making our content widely available, not only across platforms, but across continents. We are enthusiastic to engage a new set of users, eager for free and easily accessible movies and television.”


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