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rlaxx TV arrives on Samsung smart TVs

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The free-to-view streaming service is now available on Samsung smart TVs in several countries, including the UK.

rlaxx provides users with a catalogue of specialist linear channels from content providers including Nitro Circus, Street League Skateboarding, Comedy Dynamics, Young Hollywood, New KPop, New KFood, Afroland TV and PowerNation TV.

Announcing the launch, rlaxx described the launch as a “decisive step towards a global technical reach”. The service is available in the UK, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Brazil and France. Turkey, Australia and New Zealand will get the service in the coming months.

Ronny Lutzi, CEO of rlaxx TV, said:

“The availability on Samsung devices as the world’s largest smart TV provider marks a special milestone for us. This does not only hold true for the markets in which we are already active, but also for our future plans. This clearly underlines our global ambitions, that we are pushing consistently”

rlaxx TV is one of a growing number of ‘FAST’ providers. FAST stands for “free ad-supported streaming TV”; other providers including Pluto TV, Rakuten TV and Channelbox. rlaxx TV is already available on Amazon Fire TV, Android, Apple, Roku streaming platforms. It is also carried by a number of smart TV providers including Hisense, LG, Sharp and Toshiba.

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