The free streaming service Pluto TV announced that it is now available on the Roku streaming devices in Latin America. As of today, Roku users in 11 countries can easily access more than 18,000 hours of premium content for free.
Pluto TV currently has 54 channels in 17 Latin American countries and continues to add new channels every month, to reach more than 70 channels with curated content for Spanish-speaking audiences seeking entertainment free content via streaming. In total, Pluto TV has more than 33 million users internationally (including USA, Europe and Latin America).
“We are excited about the arrival of Pluto TV to Roku, because it will allow our users to have an excellent experience of streaming content on a bigger screen, easily, comfortably and without restrictions. Increasingly, our audiences can enjoy Pluto TV on their device of choice. We believe that Pluto TV is a great complement to all of our distribution partners who can offer free fan-favorite content to their subscribers and users on the same platform that they consume content,” said Marco Nobili, Senior Vice President of Emerging Business and Strategy.
“We are thrilled to welcome Pluto TV to the Roku platform in Latin America. Now more than ever, our users are asking for free content on the Roku platform, and with the arrival of Pluto TV, they will be able to watch hours of content from its robust catalog of critically-acclaimed movies, TV series and entertainment, specially curated for the entire family to enjoy,” commented Yulia Poltorak, Director of International Content Distribution at Roku.
Pluto TV offers a wide range of programming adapted to Latin America with successful television series and award-winning films, in a variety of genres including documentaries, anime, lifestyle, reality shows, sports, science fiction, action, horror, nature, and children's content, from more than 100 content partners.
Pluto TV is available as of today on The Roku Channel Store in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, and Peru.
The arrival of Pluto TV to Roku will allow our users to have an excellent experience of streaming content on a bigger screen, easily, comfortably and without restrictions” Marco Nobili Senior Vice President of Emerging Business and Strategy at ViacomCBS Networks Americas