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New livestreaming opportunities for gamers as Nimo TV takes over Thailand

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Nimo TV, one of the world’s leading game livestreaming companies, is bringing its state-of-the-art platform to Thailand with the official launch slated for next month.

 Boasting millions of registered gamers and viewers from around the world, Nimo TV will continue to solidify its dominance in livestreaming with this expansion. By establishing a presence in Thailand, Nimo TV brings a more stable, smoother interactive experience between streamer and viewer.
Live streaming continues to grow in popularity among gamers and internet personalities who want to connect with their fans while sharing their experiences live, especially in Asia.
Nimo TV, available for online, iOS, and Android, has harnessed the best technologies to produce a seamless experience for content creators and their audiences. With its innovative “Bullet Screen”, participants can easily interact with each other without interrupting the overall excitement of the stream.
Professional gaming continues to grow in Thailand with more than 18 million online gamers in 2017, up from 8 million in 2014, and Nimo TV will be at the forefront, connecting gamers to their fans as they play. Through a cooperation with Tencent Games, Nimo TV already offers itself as a platform for a wide range of games, from the multi-player PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds to the casual Minecraft, as well as sponsoring e-sports events and tournaments. Established and aspiring internet personalities or Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) will enjoy the opportunity to leverage Nimo TV’s platform to reach their audiences with online shows, games, interviews, or other productions.
Nimo TV plans to be the leading live streaming platform in Southeast Asia, offering resources to streamers from training programmes to assistance in organising events, ensuring original and engaging content.
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Published : October 15, 2018

By : The Nation