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  2. 123Movies - Wikipedia

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    123Movies, GoMovies, GoStream, MeMovies or 123movieshub was a network of file streaming websites operating from Vietnam which allowed users to watch films for free. It was called the world's "most popular illegal site" by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) in March 2018, before being shut down a few weeks later on foot of a criminal investigation by the Vietnamese authorities.

  3. Voot - Wikipedia

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    Voot is an Indian subscription video on-demand and over-the-top streaming service, owned by Viacom18. Launched in March 2016, it is Viacom18's advertising-led video-on-demand platform [3] that is available as an app for iOS , [4] KaiOS ( JioPhone ) and Android [5] users, and a website for desktop consumption.

  4. VRV (streaming service) - Wikipedia

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    VRV (officially pronounced "verve", though it is also referred to by its letters) is an over-the-top streaming service launched in November 2016. Owned by Crunchyroll, LLC, run by Sony through a joint venture between Sony Pictures and Sony Music Entertainment Japan's Aniplex, the service bundles together anime, speculative fiction and gaming related channels and the service targets these large ...

  5. MX Player - Wikipedia

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    MX Player is an Indian video streaming and video on demand platform developed by MX Media & Entertainment (formerly J2 Interactive). It has over 280 million users globally. It has over 280 million users globally.

  6. Disney+ Hotstar - Wikipedia

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    Disney+ Hotstar's content library draws from Star India's television networks, including its entertainment networks and Star Sports. Imported content is drawn primarily from Walt Disney Studios and Walt Disney Television, and includes Disney+ original programming and the core Disney+ libraries of Disney (including Pixar), Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm (including the Star Wars franchises), and ...

  7. ALTBalaji - Wikipedia

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    Platforms. ALTBalaji is an Indian content based video on demand platform. ALTBalaji is available across 32 different interfaces for its viewers. The content has been made available on mobile and Tablet Devices (Apple phone, Apple iPad, Android phone, Android tablet), Web browser (Desktop Browser), Chromecast, Android TV, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and Windows (Windows PC, Windows Mobile ...

  8. Disney Channel (Southeast Asian TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    It was a 24-hour Southeast Asian television preschool channel, and the sister channel of Disney Channel, amid at kids and preschoolers two to seven (2-7) years old. . Originally launched as a morning block on Disney Channel as Playhouse Disney, since the January 2000 launch; and officially launches as a television channel on 2 April 2004 in Hong Kong and Indon

  9. Discovery+ - Wikipedia

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    Discovery+ (pronounced "Discovery Plus"; stylized as discovery+) is an American streaming service owned by Warner Bros. Discovery. The service focuses on factual programming drawn from the libraries of Discovery's main channel brands, as well as original series (including spin-offs of programs from Discovery's networks), and other acquired content.