Malaysia-based streaming service iflix has been launched in Ghana.
The OTT platform, which has both free and subscription offerings, first launched in Malaysia and the Philippines in 2015. It has gone on to launch in multiple countries across Asia, the Middle East and Africa, with Ghana becoming the latest to offer the service.
Abner Briandt, iflix’s country manager for Ghana, said: “iflix is proud to announce that it is now live in Ghana to offer Ghanaians premium-class entertainment on the go.
“The advantage of iflix is that it is the most diversified SVoD content portfolio in Africa, with a healthy mix of Hollywood, Nollywood and Ghallywood movies and TV shows, as well as a dedicated kids’ section. Iflix will revolutionise the way Ghanaians consume entertainment.”
Iflix’s content line-up has been acquired via collaborations with more than 150 content distributors and studios globally, including Disney, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Paramount, Warner Bros, NBCUniversal, the BBC, CBS, Fox, Sony Pictures and Discovery.