Walt Disney will launch the Disney plus video streaming service in Canada and the Netherlands on November 12, while Australia and New Zealand will launch a week later.
According to the dailymail, Disney plus said it will be available on most major mobile platforms and TVs, including Apple, Google and Microsoft but not Amazon.
The company expects to move the ad-free streaming service after launch to major international markets within two years.
The company said that Disney’s new service will exclusively broadcast its latest films including “Avengers: Endgame” and “Aladdin” and “Star Wars”, and will also benefit from the library of Disney’s current films.
Competition for video streaming is set to intensify, with Apple Inc, HBO Max, NBC’s Warner Media and Comcast Corp planning new services.
US customers are now working out how much they want to pay for digital offerings that the new service will broadcast at launch.