Gidi Box Office, a new streaming and content distribution platform uniquely designed to offer convenient access to cinematic Nigerian films is available worldwide and can be assessed through www.gidiboxoffice.com.
Replete with the best of Nigerian entertainment, this all-access subscription streaming service allows users stream and watch Nollywood movies, TV dramas, drama series as well as content it licenses from other networks and studios, directly through the use of smartphones or computers.
“With Nollywood representing the largest film industry on the African continent – sitting alongside Hollywood and Bollywood as global centers for entertainment content, we figured it was time for Nigerians to get their own movie streaming platform, for us and by us”, said Kike Moronkeji, the founder and CEO of Gidi Box Office.
“The launch is certainly a welcome solution to the problem of access to Nigerian movies, especially for Africans in the diaspora, and it also solves the problem of limited distribution outlets for filmmakers and content providers. We are excited to be the platform championing this innovation, and we are confident that it will help showcase the vast potential that Nollywood possesses on the global stage,” she concluded.
Boasting an extensive catalogue of box office and independent hits, Gidi Box Office is affordable for all, coming various packages for a yearly subscription, with no hidden fees or charges.
Some of the top Nollywood movies currently available on Gidi Box Office include Don’t Get Mad Get Even, Joba, The Washerman, Stay at Home Dad, Mascara, Sisi Eko, and more.
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