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Pluto TV LatAm launches 5 more channels

Thursday 25 February 2021 | 15:03 CET | News
ViacomCBS has announced the release of another five channels to its streaming platform Pluto TV in Latin America. Starting 26 February, the service will be debuting 'One Piece' on dial no. 184, described as an anime channel focusing on the series Monkey D. Luffy, and 'ESR 24/7 E-Sports Network' on dial no. 192, featuring documentaries, talk shows, comedies and tournaments for e-sports fans.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: ViacomCBS
Countries: Brazil / Latin America
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