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Only days after it announced its European arrival, the Pluto TV streaming service has revealed that it will be available on Roku streaming devices in the UK.

pluto roku NOW 4Oct2018In the US, Pluto TV offers over 100 channels, over 120 major content partners, availability across all streaming devices with approximately 10 million monthly visitors. The company’s new European headquarters will be in Berlin, Germany and the service has just announced that its regional debut will be with NOW TV in the UK. 

Pluto TV’s UK offering will include over a dozen channels with a diverse array of entertainment that is designed to appeal to all types of audiences. The initial mix contains original Pluto TV channels, from Pluto TV Movies and Pluto TV Sports to Pluto TV Fight, Pluto TV Explore and branded channels such as Xive TV, World Poker Tour and exclusively available in Europe on Pluto TV, Mystery Science Theater 3000. The catch-up feature gives users the ability to view channel highlights and choose between a traditional lean-back or lean-forward viewing experience.

“Right after our European launch it’s now important to connect Pluto TV increasingly to users. Streaming devices such as Roku players are key to generating instant reach, so we’re thrilled to now offer Pluto TV to Roku users in Great Britain,” said Pluto TV managing director Europe Olivier Jollet. “Pluto TV does things a bit differently than other streaming TV services by curating handmade channels for content lovers, once you start to dig around, there’s plenty to discover.”

Pluto TV is a popular choice among Roku users in the US, and we’re excited that its engaging high-quality video and TV content is now available to our UK users,” added Ingo Reese, director content acquisition at Roku. “Pluto TV is a great destination for free TV, a category that is in high demand on our platform.”