Quickflix launches streaming movies and TV shows on Xbox One

Quickflix, New Zealand’s movie and TV streaming service, has launched on Xbox One.

Quickflix on Xbox One offers subscription streaming of standard and high definition movies and TV shows, as well as premium latest release movies and current and recent TV drama series for a few dollars more.

TV and movie streaming is growing rapidly among Kiwi consumers, with new state of the art entertainment devices like the Xbox One offering even greater choice and instant access to the best in entertainment content.

Quickflix’s streaming service has been growing at over 20 per cent per quarter as new content and new devices are added to its platform.

Microsoft has also seen a dramatic increase in fans engaging in video content, reporting more than 70 per cent of Xbox One owners using the platform to watch video content.*

“We’re delighted to extend our partnership with Microsoft even further and for Quickflix to be the first movie and TV subscription streaming service available on the Xbox One in New Zealand,” says Paddy Buckley, Managing Director Quickflix NZ.
“We aim to offer Kiwis compelling alternatives to traditional television viewing and this launch gives Xbox One owners yet another way to watch great entertainment.”

Steven Blackburn, Xbox Business Lead for Microsoft New Zealand adds: “Offering our fans Quickflix on Xbox One is a great addition to our growing entertainment catalogue. Fans were pleased to receive Quickflix on Xbox 360 and now Xbox One fans can enjoy the same offering.

“With Xbox One we have a vision to deliver the best games and entertainment. The addition of Quickflix helps us strengthen this offering and we’re sure people will enjoy the great line up of local and international content.”

Quickflix is available today on Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

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