Today, HBO Max begins its global expansion by rolling out to 39 territories in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Plans for the area include a commitment to producing 100 local originals in Latin America over the next two years, in addition to the current HBO Max lineup. The streaming service also plans to stream matches of the UEFA Champions League later this year. HBO Max will be available to US subscribers who travel to 39 territories and Latin American subscribers will have access when traveling to the US.
“The big day has finally arrived, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. HBO Max launches in our region with an unprecedented offer rewarding our first wave of subscribers and sure to delight our fans by making our collection of movies and TV series more accessible and more affordable than ever before. This past year with its unprecedented health and economic crises has been challenging for our fans from Tijuana to Tierra del Fuego, and so we are thrilled to bring some joy and inspiration to the entire community through this exclusive, once-in-a-lifetime launch offer,” stated Luis Durán, General Manager of HBO Max for Latin America.
With today’s launch, HBO Max is offering a deal for Latin American subscribers. Those who sign up by July 31 can get a 50% discount on the regular monthly plan for as long as they maintain their subscription without interruption.
Subscribers in Latin America can choose between two plans:
- The Standard Plan offers families access to 3 simultaneous users, 5 personalized profiles, content downloads (up to 30 titles), video in high-definition and some titles in HD and 4K, on all compatible devices.
- The Mobile Plan offers access to the same content catalog, but is designed for an individual experience with content downloads (up to 5 titles) enjoyable in standard-definition on compatible smartphones and tablets.
HBO Max will launch in Europe later this year.