Latin American countries can get access to Pluto TV now. The service began as a US based free streaming option but has begun to expand internationally as its scope and content increase. The service offers 24 free streaming channels with plans to increase availability over time.
“We launched Pluto TV six years ago with a mission to entertain the planet and a vision to become the global leader in free streaming television. Now, we are the leading free streaming TV platform in America and growing rapidly in Europe,” said Tom Ryan, CEO and co-founder of Pluto TV, in a statement. “Today marks a major step forward in our mission, and we are thrilled to offer people across Latin America, one of the world’s largest markets, access to our popular streaming TV service.”
The service is available via web browser at www.pluto.tv. Users can also access it via Apple TV boxes, and Android TV devices and sets along with Android and iOS mobile devices. Countries with access to the service include: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Paraguay, El Salvador, Uruguay and Venezuela.
The service is already available in Europe in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the U.K.