Global video streaming service Prime Video today announced its first local content slate and a localized user experience for customers in Malaysia.
The new local content slate includes two Amazon Originals, That Cover Girl and Budak Flat, which will be launching later this year.
According to a statement, the announcement underlines Prime Video’s commitment to invest in Malaysia and the creative community across Southeast Asia.
For RM25 per month, after a seven-day promotional trial, Prime Video customers in Malaysia, can sign-up for Prime Video and enjoy a great selection of entertainment, from local Originals and local licensed titles to global Amazon Original movies and TV series.
Prime Video customers can stream, download, and watch anytime, anywhere with localized user experience available in Bahasa Melayu by switching their user interface to Bahasa Melayu from the Language option in the ‘Settings’ on their Prime Video app on compatible mobile devices, tablets, Smart TVs, or online at PrimeVideo.com.
The company also announced that it intends to bring in top titles from 2022 and 2023 Malaysian box office hits, which include Abang Long Fadil 3 (streaming today), Juang (streaming today), Coast Guard Malaysia: Ops Helang (launching June 8), and Imaginur.
You can learn more about Prime Videos as well as download the app in the links below.