Globoplay: Netflix’s new rival already has a date to arrive in Portugal

Globoplay: Netflix's new rival already has a date to arrive in Portugal

Prepare for the arrival of another platform of streaming to Portugal. Globoplay, owned by the Brazilian channel Globo, comes to our country the next day 14 October With lots of news for fans of its content.

“Original series, classic and unpublished novels, films, documentaries, sports, journalism, reality shows and varieties are just some of the content that will be available on Globoplay starting the 14th,” the platform wrote in a statement.

Globoplay will have content on demand and six linear channels

It is a new way to consume the content of the Brazilian platform. and in addition to your catalog on demand (Postponed), subscribers will have access to six linear channels: TV Globo, Multishow, Globonnews, GNT, Premiere and Viva.

As can be read in the statement, users will be able to access the platform on their smartphone, tablet, smart TV or computer. An interesting detail is that fans will be able to “view a selected offering of new soap operas, as well as those in Brazil”.

“We are very happy to finally introduce Globoplay to the Portuguese. We already have a strong connection with our audiences because of the stories we have told together for so many years in the country. Globoplay aims to bring a whole new experience to this audience. comes”, notes Rafael Cora Neto, Director of International Trade at Globo.

This streaming platform is not only available in Brazil but also arrived in the United States in 2020. In October it embarks “towards consolidation of the brand abroad” in Portugal and other European countries.

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Apart from Portugal, the platform will also reach countries such as Spain, France, Germany, the United Kingdom and Italy. To know more, see Globoplay official website.

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Will covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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