Sony LIV launches in Africa and Caribbean region

Veena Patel



Sony LIV has announced its expansion into select countries in Africa and the Caribbean region.

Sony LIV’s extensive library boasts over 40,000 hours of content across multiple languages. Users of South Africa, Mauritius, Jamaica, Guyana, and Trinidad & Tobago can now access the content catalogue, catering to their diverse tastes and preferences.

The users will have access to a lineup of content that ranges from gripping original series such as ‘Scam 2003: The Telgi Stor’y, ‘Rocket Boys’, ‘Maharani’, ‘Gullak’. The platform is also home to acclaimed regional and Hollywood films such as ‘Gargi’, ‘2018’, ‘Por Thozhil’, ‘Saudi Vellakka’ among the others.

Users can visit or download the app from Google Playstore, Apple Appstore, or AFS store.

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The service is now available in these countries via a range of Android and iOS devices and the Sony LIV website.

Manish Aggarwal, Head – Growth and Monetization, Sony LIV commented on today’s announcement: “We are thrilled to announce the expansion of our services in South Africa, Mauritius, Jamaica, Guyana, and Trinidad & Tobago. These continents are home to a significant population of the Indian diaspora and with an accelerated digital adoption amongst consumers in the market, there is an increasing appetite for digital entertainment that is both culturally rich and has a wide appeal. Leveraging this, Sony LIV aims to offer an inclusive and seamless viewing experience to the users.”