The new digital initiative of the Indian productor and distributor offers 28 genres ranging from Hollywood Movies in 9 languages, Regional language Movies, Kids, Cooking, KoreanTV dramas in Hindi.
With a content library of more than 10,000 hours of content, the Indian productor and distributor One Take Media Co. is all set to enter the OTT Space with it’s newly launched app Playflix. OTMC Founder & CEO Anil Khera shares, “We are very excited to enter the fast moving OTT space with our newest launched app ‘Playflix’. This is the best of time for both consumers and content creators. We are hopeful for an excellent consumer response and we are confident to create our own space in the crowded OTT Market” .
Playflix carries content with a whopping 28 genres ranging from Hollywood Movies in 9 languages, Regional language Movies, Kids, Cooking, KoreanTV dramas in Hindi and many more. Being the first ever mover in the Korean content space, their Korean library boasts of Popular Korean Drama Series (Hindi Dubbed), K-Pop Music.
The new App highly appeals to all kinds of audience in urban as well as regional audience as it has a varied selection of Movies in 9 Indian regional languages like Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, Gujarati, Bhojpuri and Bengali.
THE GROWTH OF THE ONLINE VIDEO CONSUME
As per KPMG in India, “The online video consumer in India has evolved in a significant way in the last couple of years. With consumption now going mass and viewers spending close to 8.5 hours a week on online video, we see a homogenous pattern of consumption emerging cutting across age groups, income levels and professions.”
India is one of the fastest-growing entertainment and media markets globally and is expected to keep that momentum. “As data and digital infrastructure has become exceedingly accessible even in small cities of India, the market for OTT has widened enormously. With easy and affordable availability of internet, the internet users have escalated to 500 millions. By 2034 estimation, the internet users are likely to touch $5 billion. Also the penetration of smartphones has surpassed 600 millions.
In 2018, the global pay OTT subscription was $14.5 billion and by 2025, it is estimated to be around $179.9 billion dollars. According to a report by Ernst & Young, the number of OTT users in the country will reach 500 million by 2020, making India the second–biggest market after the US.In fiscal year 2018, the OTT market in India was worth Rs. 2,150 crore (₹21.5 billion, US$303 million as of 2018), and its value grew to RS. 35 billion in 2019. The Indian OTT market is expected to grow 45 percent to reach ₹138 billion by the end of fiscal 2023.
We are hopeful for an excellent consumer response and we are confident to create our own space in the crowded OTT Market” Anil Khera OTMC Founder & CEO