(Washington) The Disney + streaming platform , which must compete with Netflix, will be launched on November 12 in Canada and the Netherlands – at the same time as in the US – and a week later in Australia and New Zealand.
Disney also announced it has reached a global deal with major distribution platforms (those operated by Apple, Google, Microsoft, Sony and Roku) to make Disney + available on mobile and connected TV, according to a statement from the global entertainment giant.
Amazon is not on the list.
The global entertainment giant relies heavily on Disney +, which must compete with the number one sector: Netflix.
Disney + will bring Disney’s entire family offering from its movie and TV series to all National Geographic content, including movies from Mickey Kingdom studios (Pixar, Disney, Marvel, the Star franchise). Wars), had explained the boss of Disney Bob Iger early August.
Disney not only relies on its countless blockbusters to attract the customer, but also on a very attractive price at launch compared to Netflix.
In the United States, Disney + will be available for $ 6.99 per month and for $ 8.99 Canadian and $ 6.99 respectively in the Netherlands.
In the United States, Netflix costs $ 9 to $ 16 a month.
To make the offer more attractive in the United States, the group is offering a bundle including Disney +, ESPN (sports channels) and Hulu for $ 12.99 per month in the United States.