WeWatch Partners With TechStorm To Enhance Digital Entertainment In Southeast Asia


WeWatch, a premium TV and streaming service provider has announced a strategic partnership with TechStorm, an emerging streaming content provider. The collaboration encompasses a comprehensive distribution agreement targeting key markets such as Singapore, Cambodia, and Indonesia, aligning with WeWatch’s expansion roadmap.

WeWatch Secures Distribution Agreement With Techstorm For Key SEA Markets

Subscribers to the WeWatch TV package will be offered a diverse range of content which caters to varied interests, according to the official press release. WeWatch users will be able to access K-pop videos as well as live stream League of Legends, Dota, Riot, Valorant, and more E-sports.

TechStorm is one of Asia’s most influential and fastest-growing multi-genre media distribution platforms that has a strong focus on the region’s E-sports, gaming and tech innovations as well as rising K-pop stars. Its scaled-up, multi-platform distribution has reached over 100 premium partner platforms in Southeast Asia and the Asia Pacific. They are currently distributed across 71 million mobile streaming subscribers and over 15 million subscriber households across multiple territories; plus premium five-star hotel groups and inflight entertainment systems.

Unlimited viewing of TechStorm’s multi-award-winning TV series will include the Emmy-award winning ‘Shark Tank US’, the entrepreneurship pitch series ‘Meet the Drapers Season 6’ featuring top American billionaire Timothy Draper, and more than 100 titles of made-for-streaming original production: TechStorm Download, featuring Southeast Asia’s top E-sports, video game influencers, shoutcasters and cosplay celebrities, and the latest game reviews; TechStorm’s Storm Bytes, with the latest gadget reviews and featuring rising stars in the startup scene; and TechStorm’s Insight series, featuring billion-dollar capital makers in the venture world and the deep tech space of artificial intelligence (AI) and digital assets.

Sarah Wang, Founder and CEO of WeWatch said, “We are going big on an augmented, premium content experience that combines the best-in-class from an international content slate and pan-Asian originals through innovative, trendy media and content partners like TechStorm.

In addition to our hyper local content outreach and offering that reflects the local communities that we serve here in Singapore, Cambodia, and Indonesia. TechStorm’s strong pulse on the trends across esports, video games, Korean K-pop music are all reflective of the youthful aspirations of the millennial and young families in the markets and the audience segments that we serve. We can’t wait to bring this exhilarating new content to our customers,” added the Wewatch ceo.

Debbie Lee, CEO & founder of TechStorm expanded on the collaboration, “We are ecstatic to bring a diverse content experience of TechStorm to subscribers in Singapore, Indonesia and Cambodia to further strengthen our massive audience reach and profile among both professionals and local youth communities.

Our brand new slate across a diverse and trendy entertainment on tech, gadgets, business, finance, E-sports, video games and soon-to-launch Korean K-pop music videos, lifestyle, exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes looks at music concerts with Korea’s hot favourites and rising stars in the Kpop music scenes on “All that Korea!”, will be made available to all WeWatch subscriber platforms.”

TechStorm went LIVE on WeWatch on December 24, 2023.

This article is adapted from the official press release.

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