Olympusat has recently announced that Free TV, its new AVOD OTT recently launched in Latin America, is now strengthening itself in the region through Roku, where it is now available, after being launched in Puerto Rico earlier this month.
‘We are incredibly excited to announce this new partnership. Free TV’s availability on Roku’s line of digital media players opens up a world of thousands of hours of free world class exclusive entertainment to millions of users in Latin America’, said Olympusat International LLC’s President Victor Montilla.
As officially reported by Olimpusat, the new distribution agreement offers Roku customers the option to access more than 5 thousand hours of top-rated multicultural productions from around the world, including between 800 and 1.000 hours per month of content dubbed into Spanish, combined with 200 hours of content from Mexico, Spain and the rest of Latin America.
Through the new distribution agreement, it is now possible to access different international titles doubled into Spanish through Roku, including ‘Battle for Sevastopol’; ‘The Stronghold’; ‘The red queen’; ‘Marcial Universe’ and ‘Red eyes’.
FreeTV app is available to download for free on the Roku Channel Store in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama and Peru.