Since launching its all-in-one video streaming app on March 2020, HUAWEI Video has become one of the fastest-growing video streaming services in Asia Pacific. The app, which comes pre-installed on HUAWEI devices, offers an extensive library of video content for its users - ranging from child-friendly content, to dramas, movies, documentaries, as well as concerts. Currently available across six markets in the Asia Pacific region, including Hong Kong (China), Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand, the platform is also set to launch in Indonesia later this year.
"The growth of HUAWEI Video in the past year shows that there is a huge demand for streaming content in Asia and we are committed to delivering quality content through our curation and new partnerships," said the Director of Huawei Asia Pacific Consumer Cloud Service, Shane Shan.
HUAWEI Video Announces Exciting New Content and Deals
Ahead of its one-year anniversary, the streaming platform has announced the addition of new local content from Mono such as Sugar Cafe and Fist of Stardom, as well as exciting simulcast content such as the hit Chinese reality series Sisters Season 2 from MangoTV, and TVB Drama Beauty and The Boss. The app also features popular content such as What's Wrong with Secretary Kim from CJ E&M, A Quest to Heal from Mediacorp as well as Say Yes to the Dress from Discovery.
In conjunction with the celebration, HUAWEI Video is also launching the 'HUAWEI Video Turns 1' contest exclusively to all HUAWEI Video users in Thailand, starting from now to 4 April 2021. Users in Thailand can complete different tasks in the activity centre and accumulate points to stand chance to win HUAWEI prizes on a first-come, first-served basis.
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