Nintendo TVii deletes TV service in Europe




Nintendo has announced that TV service TVii will no longer appear in Europe. TVii is designed to TV shows and movies available via the Wii U. The service would appear in 2013 already on the European market. Nintendo deletes the service because the European market is too complex.

“Due to the extremely complex nature of locating different TV services distributed over a large number of countries with different licensing systems, we have unfortunately taken the decision to Nintendo TVii not be offered in Europe,” Nintendo is known . With TVii wanted Nintendo to compete with the TV services that offer Sony and Microsoft on their consoles.

In the countries where the service is active, with TVii TV programs and movies viewed through the Wii U. The GamePad, the controller of the Wii U, can be selected programs and start. In addition to a subscription with a TV provider, users can also opt for video-on-demand services.

Nintendo announced in 2012 that TVii would come to Europe. The service would be available in 2013. Those planning Nintendo did not get.


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