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SPI/FilmBox and Net1 have struck a channel distribution deal that will bring a total of ten channels from SPI’s portfolio to the Bulgarian telco’s subscribers.
SPI Net1 13 July 2020
Among the channels is SPI’s premium movie channel FilmBox Extra, which features a curated selection of great movies acquired from major producers and distributors. The deal includes three other movie channels – FilmBox, FilmBox Plus and FilmBox Arthouse – and a range of thematic channels dedicated to all sorts of content such as gaming, documentaries, sports, music, fashion and more.

FilmBox Arthouse brings world cinema classics from iconic directors such as Hitchcock, Kurosawa and Fellini to cinema lovers; Gametoon offers dedicated gaming content created by gaming and eSports enthusiasts; FightBox broadcasts live combat sports events and multi-discipline mixed martial arts; Fast&FunBox offers programming dedicated to adrenaline sports; DocuBox delivers documentaries about different cultures and the r world at large; FashionBox provides content on fashion trends and style; 360 TuneBox presents new music every week from emerging artists.

“We are very excited to announce the start of our partnership with Net1,” said Murat Muratoğlu, head of distribution at SPI International, commenting on the deal “Our ten versatile channels will provide Net1 subscribers with a vast amount of content to choose from depending on their interests.”

“Our partnership with SPI added quality content tailored to the needs of different users,” added Net1 executive Peter Rizov. “These ten first-class channels complemented the diversity of our TV list. The launch came at the very appropriate time, when our customers, spending more time at home, because of the pandemic, received a choice of more than 200 channels with a variety of topics.”