Netflix continues to expand its streaming services internationally, and is now ready to enter the Asian market for the first time. After talking about its plans to hit Japan earlier this year, the Internet video service company officially announced in a Japanese Twitter account and landing page the launch date: September 2, 2015.
A representative for the company also confirmed to Venture Beat the release date, so there are only a couple of weeks left until Netflix will hit Japan. It is already available in more than 50 countries from America, Europe, Australia or New Zealand, but the localization process will continue with the Asian market and, maybe, other international locations.
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