SANTA MONICA, Calif. — SkweezMe.com announced that its SkweezMe Roku Channel is now available worldwide.
"Our goal has always been to get SkweezMe on TVs in everyone's homes," co-founder Mike Kulich said. "With the exception of live sports, cable and satellite, TVs are a thing of the past, in my opinion. Streaming is the way of the future, and a couple who wants to watch an adult film together to spice up things in the bedroom do not want to sit in bed with a laptop, phone or tablet."
According to GFK, a leader in market and consumer information, a study conducted in late 2013 indicated that 51 percent of people in the U.S. watched a streaming video at least once a week during that year. That’s up from 37 percent in 2010 and from 48 percent in 2012.
SkweezMe.com launched its Roku channel in February of 2014, and believes it serves the growing demand for VOD and streaming content.
"We immediately saw an increase in memberships once the Roku was launched, and through our system we began to see that more and more users were enabling their Roku devices with our channel," another company rep added. "At that time, our channel was still in Beta version and only available in the U.S. and as of now, we have expanded the availability worldwide."
SkweezMe now serves customers in more than 170 countries.
For more information, visit SkweezMe.com.