The hyper-local focus pursued by iflix seems to be paying off. In Indonesia, their biggest market, no Western shows were in the top 10 ten most popular.
May 15, 2017
‘Streaming video service iflix, which has positioned itself as a Netflix alternative in emerging markets, launched in Asia about two years ago and is expanding into the Middle East and North Africa.
The privately-held company has said that its users have streamed more than 6 billion minutes since it launched in Malaysia and the Philippines in 2015. It now has about 700 employees across 24 offices. Its service costs about $2-$3 per month.’