In a statement, the company announced several local partnerships to support the public’s enthusiasm for the platform:
- As part of the launch in Senegal, new content is added such as the public channels RTS1 and RTS2, or the documentary “Made in Senegal” about Sadio Mané, the Senegalese football star, available exclusively on Molotov.
- Agreements have been made with local operators such as Orange and MTN to promote Molotov to their customers.
In these countries, 26 television channels and content publishers are now available on Molotov, including: channels from the Trace group, Africa News, Passions TV, Savannah TV, Nina Novelas, France 24, Euronews, 6 SVoD WAXchannels, 7 BOX channels, Gourmand TV and Top Santé TV, and Game Toon.
Molotov continues its international expansion with the opening of the service in Cameroon in March, in Burkina Faso and Tunisia in April, then in Guinea and the Democratic Republic of Congo, before a wider deployment in the rest of French-speaking Africa during the first half of the year, in partnership with Digital Virgo.