SPI International has formed a collaboration with telecoms provider LigaT to bring premium entertainment options to Portuguese viewers. "We are thrilled to partner with LigaT to bring this exciting lineup of channels to Portuguese viewers. Each channel offers a unique and captivating viewing experience, catering to diverse preferences," Georgina Twiss, MD of Western Europe & Africa at SPI International said. "With this launch, SPI International continues its commitment to delivering high-quality content and expanding its global presence."
The newly introduced channels include FunBox UHD, Dizi, FightBox, FashionBox, Gametoon, Fast&FunBox, 360TuneBox, FilmBox Arthouse, DocuBox, Erox, and Eroxxx. "Our focus is on delivering a high-quality and consistent experience for our customers. We aim to fully satisfy our users' needs, as we believe that their satisfaction and preference for our services should not be dictated by a 24-month contractual obligation. Instead, their preference should be a result of the value they receive," stated Luis Tavares, CEO LigaT said. "This partnership with SPI International exemplifies our commitment to providing the right channels for diverse preferences, ensuring high-quality content for everyone."
Dizi Portugal showcases Turkish dramas, while FightBox presents a compilation of combat sports coverage from around the world. FashionBox offers the latest trends and style tips, and Gametoon s aimed at gaming enthusiasts with popular gaming content and esports coverage. Fast&FunBox offers a catalog of sports programming spanning a wide wide variety. The channel sits alongside 360TuneBox, which presents a curated collection of music videos and engaging programming, while FunBox UHD deliverslifestyle content, while FilmBox Arthouse features critically acclaimed independent films, and DocuBox offers documentaries.
We are thrilled to partner with LigaT to bring this exciting lineup of channels to Portuguese viewers. Each channel offers a unique and captivating viewing experience, catering to diverse preferences.” Georgina Twiss MD of Western Europe & Africa, SPI International