IFLIX launches in MENA
IFLIX’s service is now available to over 1 billion consumers in 18 countries across Asia and the Middle East and North Africa
IFLIX, a Subscription Video on Demand (SVoD) service for emerging markets, announced today the launch of its service in eight territories across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
Consumers in Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait, Bahrain, Lebanon, Egypt and Sudan can now sign up for a 30-day free trial, giving them access to global TV shows, movies and more on every device they own, with no credit card required.
The announcement follows just one month after the Company’s launch in Myanmar, its tenth market in Asia, solidifying IFLIX's dominance over the region with over 6 billion minutes streamed across ten countries since first launching in Malaysia and the Philippines in mid-2015.
With its MENA launch, iflix has a total global headcount of 700 staff across 24 offices worldwide, including new regional headquarters for MENA based in Dubai, UAE.
Each IFLIX subscription includes:
Unlimited access to iflix’s vast library of original productions, thousands of first-run exclusive shows, award-winning TV series, blockbuster movies, popular local and regional Arabic and Asian content, children’s programs;
Access to iflix on up to 5 devices at once, including phones, tablets, laptops, desktops, TVs and other connected devices;
The ability to download TV shows and movies to any phone, tablet or mobile device to binge-watch offline, when not connected to the Internet;
The ability to share the iflix subscription with family or friends and watch shows on two different devices at the same time.
IFLIX Group Co-founder and CEO, Mark Britt commented: “MENA is one of the fastest growing and most exciting online markets in the world with data savvy consumers who share a passion for entertainment. We are thrilled to make IFLIX"s world class service, premier digital experience and the most comprehensive selection of content available to them, as part of our mission to redefine entertainment in emerging markets.”