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YuppTV expands global reach, partners with Smart TV solution provider Foxxum

13-June-2017
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YuppTV expands global reach, partners with Smart TV solution provider Foxxum

The world’s largest over-the-top (OTT) player in South-Asian content, YuppTV, is making strong strides globally. YuppTV has formed a strategic partnership with Foxxum, the leading provider of Smart TV solutions, making its envious collection of online TV channels and movies available on an exclusive range of new devices, hence, further extending its global reach.

YuppTV provides content in 14 languages with an offer of over 250+ TV channels, more than 100 TV shows and over 5,000 movies. Following the association, YuppTV services will be available on the Foxxum TV App Store, which has a presence in Western and Eastern Europe, Nordics, Russia, Northern Africa, Australia and Latin America.

Commenting on the development, Uday Reddy, Founder and CEO of YuppTV said: “We are glad to enter an alliance with Foxxum, hence, extending the content offered by YuppTV to an exclusive range of devices. We have always endeavored to provide the South Asian expat community with the most enthralling entertainment solution and are excited to open our doors to newer audiences.”

Ronny Lutzi, CEO, Foxxum said at their company, they are constantly pursuing the opportunity to bring together hardware platforms and good quality content that is entertaining and relevant for the audience. “We are happy to associate with YuppTV, which presents an exhaustive list of South Asian TV channels and movies and are affirmative at enhancing the value of the entertainment solutions that we provide to our users,” explained Lutzi.

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