HBO Max has been deployed in 39 territories in Latin America and the Caribbean, marking the first time that the SVoD service has been available outside of the United States.
The streamer’s lineup of content includes shows from other brands owned by WarnerMedia, HBO, Warner Bros., Max Originals, DC Comics, and Cartoon Network.
HBO Max has also committed to producing 100 local originals in Latin America over the next two years, while new Warner Bros. feature films will be available on the platform 35 days after their theatrical release in the region.
Later this year, subscribers in Brazil and Mexico will also be able to watch the prestigious European football tournament, the UEFA Champions League.
The launch of HBO Max in New Territories, where the streamer is overseen by Latin America CEO Luis Duran, follows the introduction of an ad-supported subscription tier at a lower price than United States earlier this month.
The new tier gives consumers the choice of either the existing ad-free version of HBO Max for US $ 14.99 per month or an ad-supported experience for US $ 9.99 per month.
The platform’s international deployment will expand to Europe later this year. He recently commissioned a Swedish comedy series on sex and aging from Sofia Helin of The Bridge.
“With today’s launch, we are showcasing our global platform and delivering a whole new user experience to millions of fans across Latin America and the Caribbean,” said Johannes Larcher, Director of HBO Max International .
“There couldn’t be a better place to start our global journey, as WarnerMedia has been a preferred and trusted source for engaging and entertaining content for the whole family. [in the region]. “