by Adie Vanessa Offiong
Set to offer viewers the ability to watch African movies via computers for a monthly subscription on a 24 hour basis, the service will also air television programmes and no less than 250 original feature films have been commissioned for 2014 as well as soap operas.
With no commercial interruptions, the service offers one week free trial for new subscribers with live streaming/pay-per-view of special events and reality shows. Plans are underway for new mobile apps that will make AMGO available on Apple and Android devices as well as other devices such as ROKU and Smart TVs.
Viewers will also be able to choose from various episodes of the most popular film and TV shows in Africa, including brand-new ones, as well as watch multiple episodes of the most talked about African TV shows such as Tinsel and 53 Extra in one sitting.
Wangi Mba-Uzoukwu, regional director at Africa Magic, said: “With so many Africans living in the U.S., there is a great demand for programming for Africans by Africans, one that is now filled by Africa Magic GO.”