The Jakarta Post
Other than locally made films and series, GoPlay also features original content under the name GoPlay Originals, which, like Netflix Originals, is only available on the platform. (Shutterstock.com/File)
Technology company Gojek officially added a video-on-demand service to its super-app platform on Thursday.
Developed over the course of a year and going on trial for a few months, GoPlay aims to provide a platform for local filmmakers and to make high quality Indonesian films more accessible, according to Gojek cofounder Kevin Aluwi during the launch in Jakarta as quoted by kompas.com.
Other than locally made films and series, GoPlay also features original content under the name GoPlay Originals, which, like Netflix Originals, is only available on the platform.
Among the Indonesian films currently available on GoPlay are Kulari Ke Pantai (I Run to the Beach), Aruna dan Lidahnya (Aruna and her Palate), Buffalo Boys and 27 Steps of May. Meanwhile the GoPlay Originals include Filosofi Kopi the Series, Kata Bocah Show (The Boy Says Show), stand-up comedy series Haha Club, and some other upcoming series titled Tunnel, Saiyo Sakato and Gossip Girl Indonesia.
Users can expect more exclusive local content in the long term, said GoPlay CEO Edy Sulistyo. “We are committed to collaborating with local filmmakers to create the best Indonesian works,” he added.
The GoPlay app is currently available for download on Google Play store and Apple App Store, or via Gojek app’s tiles menu.
The service costs Rp 89,000 (US$6.26) per month and can be paid using GoPay.
A service costing Rp 99,000 is also on offer, which includes access to GoPlay for one month and 60 GoFood delivery vouchers worth a total of Rp 600,000 for a one-month period of use. (kes)
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