“This is among the first of many significant content partnerships for Roku in Europe and we look forward to making additional announcements in the coming weeks,” said Clive Hudson, vice-president and general manager for Europe at Roku.
In the UK and Ireland Roku’s set-tops retails at £49.99 (€60) and £99.99 and allow customers to access iPlayer, Netflix, Crackle and other streamed content on their TV as well as browse the internet and play casual games.
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