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Kwese and Iflix come together to unveil a Video on Demand service : Kwese-iflix

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Kwese TV  a Zimbabwean satellite and broadcasting network owned by Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, under Econet Media has merged together with iflix a  subscription video on demand (VOD) service focused on emerging markets to launch a Video on Demand mobile application : Kwese-Iflix.

The users of the Kwese-iflix mobile App will have a flexible digital entertainment platform as the app makes it easier for them to access top entertainment programmes via their mobile phones, anytime and virtually everywhere.

The Kwesé iflix service will offer users the ultimate entertainment experience with an extraordinary content offering, including live coverage of the world’s most elite sporting competitions – the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia – every match, every game and much more including select NBA games. The platform will also offer the best international, regional and local content programmes curated especially for an African audience.

“Kwesé Iflix is significant to us because it symbolizes the beginning of our official partnership especially launching in one of our flagship markets, Zimbabwe,” said president and CEO Joseph Hundah. “Moreover, it is an innovative product that brings young people a combination of premium sports and entertainment content and we are excited to be at the forefront of this.”

Iflix co-founder and group CEO, Mark Britt, described the news as a “significant milestone” for Iflix. “Together with Econet Media, Africa’s top media company, we have created a platform specifically for African users, that makes every match of the World Cup available to users across the country on any mobile device of their choice.”

 

 

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