From April 13th, anyone in Hong Kong can subscribe to HBO GO, an OTT service offering unlimited access to a library of HBO and CINEMAX Original content.
HBO GO was first launched in Hong Kong in 2013 for Now TV’s HBO subscribers free of charge. The streaming service will now be extended to users without them having to commit to a TV package.
Shows available on the service include Game Of thrones, Veep, True Detective and Silicon Valley, as well as archive titles including The Sopranos, True Blood and Band of Brothers.
“The standalone OTT HBO GO service in Hong Kong now offers any viewer with an Internet connection access to their favourite HBO and CINEMAX Original content,” said Jonathan Spink, CEO, HBO Asia. “HBO GO offers subscribers more choice and control over what they want to watch, when they want to watch it, and across multiple devices, whether at home or on the go.”