A new streaming service for Asia is now challenging Netflix. It’s name is iFlix. This very new streaming service is only available in Asia at the moment.
iFlix was first announced in March by Catcha Group — a Malaysia-based organization that runs a plethora of online businesses, including group buying site Ensogo — and Evolution Media Capital, and it plans to begin rolling out this quarter. The $30 million injection of capital has come from Catcha itself, and PLDT, a telecom conglomerate in the Philippines. -techcrunch.com
Only in Asia at the Moment
When visiting iflix.com from Europe the message on their site says “We’re not in your country yet! But fill in your deets below for a front row seat to iflix when it becomes available.”
This battle is welcome news for film lovers in the region who have long cast jealous glances at the bevy of programming available to audiences in others parts of the world. -techcrunch.com
It seems from iFlix website that this streaming service got popular cartoon comedies like Family Guy and movies like Happy Feet and Kung Fu Panda. It also shows series like Glee and children show Yo Gabba Gabba!
So, if you’re from a iFlix supporting country, you can check their service out at: www.iflix.com