HBO Now, the popular video streaming service, is coming to Japan and other Asian markets, including the US, the company announced on Wednesday.
The streaming service launched in Japan on December 1.
It offers live video, video-on-demand, and video-calling features and is compatible with the country’s vast 4G network.
In addition, it has access to HBO Go, the HBO GO mobile app and HBO Now on demand.
The service is available in Japanese, English, French, Korean, Chinese, and Russian.
The Japanese version of the service has been available since December 15, but it will not launch there until December 31.
The new HBO Now app offers more than 30 live shows from HBO, including some popular series.
It also provides access to the HBO Go app, HBO Now streaming, HBO Go Premium and HBO NOW on demand, as well as HBO Now video on demand and HBO Watch, which offers the HBO Now service in its entirety.
The HBO Now TV app is also coming to a Japanese market.
The app offers HBO Now movies, TV shows, and sports content.
It is also compatible with Hulu Plus, which can stream movies and TV shows in a variety of languages.
HBO Now has also launched a podcast app for Japanese listeners in addition to HBO Now.
The company has also expanded its HBO Now mobile app to offer content in English, Japanese, Chinese and Korean.
The news of HBO Now’s arrival comes after Sony announced plans for the streaming service in November, the same month that the streaming services’ first major US customer, Verizon, announced its acquisition of HBO.
The acquisition will bring HBO content to all of Verizon’s US customers.