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Nintendo to close streaming video on Wii consoles in January 2019

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Nintendo will shut down all video streaming services for the Wii console after 31 January 2019, writes TheVerge.com citing a Netlix email notification. This means that services such as Netlix, Amazon Prime and Hulu won't be accessible anymore on the console. The closure comes after Nintendo's announcement that it will close the Wii Shop Channel on 30 January 2019.

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Companies: Amazon / Hulu / Nintendo
Countries: United States
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