The over-the-top service launched a year ago, is available in Indonesia and the Philippines and claims that 80% of its users are under the age of 35.
The service offers Korean drama and music through deals with Oh!K, K-PLUS, KBS and TvN. It also has sports content from Fox Sports and aggregates digital-first, short-form content.
“As Tribe celebrates its first anniversary, we are pleased to achieve one million app downloads amidst fierce competition in our markets,” said Tribe CEO, Iskandar Samad.
“We are thankful to our partners and end users for their continued support, and we expect growth to continue being robust over the coming year.”
Tribe is currently priced at IDR 15,000 in Indonesia and PHP69 in Philippines for a monthly subscription.
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