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Game On! Quickflix Launches On PlayStation®4

4 December 2013

Game On! Quickflix Launches On PlayStation®4

Streamed TV shows and movies now available on PS4™

Quickflix, New Zealand's first and only online subscription movie company, today announces the launch of its ‘all you can view’ streaming service on PlayStation®4 systems (PS4™). This makes PS4 the latest platform for Kiwis to enjoy blockbuster movies and television shows for one low monthly subscription fee.

The Quickflix streaming service, which is already being enjoyed by PlayStation®3 (PS3™) owners, will debut on PlayStation 4 systems this week. As part of the launch, Quickflix has upgraded its service on both PlayStation® platforms to feature Smooth Streaming technology enabling Standard and High Definition movies and TV shows to be streamed whilst automatically adapting quality and bit rate to give the best result without buffering, offering PlayStation users a seamless viewing experience.

Paddy Buckley, Managing Director of Quickflix NZ, says: “The recent launch of PlayStation®4 has been one of the most significant and anticipated events in the consumer technology, gaming and entertainment category for many years. We’re delighted to extend our partnership with Sony and to be the first New Zealand movie and TV streaming service available on the PS4, and to deliver on our commitment to offer people more ways to watch the entertainment they love.”

“It’s well recognised that PlayStation fans love all forms of digital entertainment, whether its music, TV, movies or games and we remain committed to delivering the most immersive digital entertainment experiences on our platforms.” said Michael Ephraim, Managing Director, Sony Computer Entertainment Australia. “We are excited to have an agreement in place with such an innovative market leader as Quickflix that brings PS4 owners amazing entertainment content to enjoy.”

For maximum flexibility, Quickflix customers can register multiple devices to stream from a single subscription including smart TVs, game consoles, smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktops, as well as iPhones and iPads.

About Quickflix - NZ
Quickflix (www.quickflix.co.nz) is New Zealand's first online streaming movie service offering a large catalogue of movies and TV series streamed instantly direct to PCs, Apple Macs and a wide range of connected TVs, game consoles, iPads, iPhones and other connected devices. Quickflix offers an ‘all you can view’ subscription service and premium ‘pay per play’ for latest release movies.

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