The first three seasons of Game of Thrones have landed on Wuaki TV, spearheading an invasion of HBO content set to arrive over the coming weeks.
While the hit fantasy saga leads the charge, other titles including True Detective, which recently finished its run on Sky Atlantic, Girls, True Blood, Veep and Boardwalk Empire are set to head to the streaming service.
HBO goodness will be made available to watch online at wuaki.tv or through iOS, Android, Xbox One and Xbox 360 apps, as well as Google’s Chromecast TV streaming stick. Owners of LG, Panasonic and Samsung smart TVs from the 2014 ranges can also sign into to Wuaki.
The news arrives just as Game of Thrones seasons 1-3 depart streaming service Now TV, which is currently showing episodes from the fourth season. Colin Smith, Director of International Digital Distribution for HBO said: “The digital retail landscape is an exciting space right now, and this is a great time to be adding a company like Wuaki.tv to the growing list of places you can purchase HBO content.”
“Wuaki.tv truly understand the value of the HBO brand, and are as thrilled as us to now be giving their customers quick and easy access to our programming.”
HBO content including True Detective is also available to watch on Amazon Instant Video and fantasy fans can also whet their longswords over on Google Play.
While Wuaki is both a subscription and pay per view streaming service, catering for binge watchers and pick and mix viewers alike, HBO fans will only be able to watch their favourite shows on pay per view.
Each season of Game of Thrones currently costs £16.99 in standard definition and £22.99 for HD versions from Wuaki.
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