African movie-streaming service, NollyLand has announced that its services are now available on the digital video player, Roku in the US and Canada. NollyLand services had been available in Asia, Europe, Africa since 2014.

According to a statement made available to TechCabal, NollyLand Roku channel offers North American viewers advanced features such as bookmarking, adaptive video streaming, personalized watch list, timeline thumbnails, search features and more.

“This is a major step for both NollyLand and Roku. NollyLand is now available to Roku users in North America to watch unlimited  Nigerian, Ghanian and African Movies”, that’s according to Victoria Uti, NollyLand’s founder and CEO.

Nollyland said it has also launched support for Google chromecast via its free Android app, which allows users to cast movies from their website to any chromecast equipped television via their smartphones or tablets.

“Anyone who already has a NollyLand account can login on Roku for no charge and start enjoying their subscription or use their credits immediately, and if you want to cast, all you need is our free android App and a chromecast equipped TV,” Uti said.

NollyLand, designed and built by Africans, enables customers watch African, Ghanaian, and Nigerian movies from any device and on any bandwidth using one NollyLand account.

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