HBO GO has launched in Taiwan for the first time, together with leading multi-system cable operator, Taiwan Broadband Communications (TBC).

Available now, introductory offers are open to TBC’s current cable TV subscribers who can access the streaming app with additional monthly or annual fees. Bundle packages are also available to existing subscribers to TBC’s premium movie plan, its HBO plan or its premium entertainment plan.

In addition to global hits like Westworld (Season 3 is airing now and is available for catch-up on HBO GO), users will also get to enjoy HBO Asia Originals. WarnerMedia has invested heavily in Taiwanese original productions that include The Teenage Psychic and its sequel, as well as The World Between Us, which were all huge hits. Other local productions include Adventure of the Ring and Dream Raiders which will air on HBO and HBO GO in 2020.

WarnerMedia’s HBO GO service allows subscribers unlimited access to stream and download thousands of hours of non-stop and uncut entertainment. This includes the latest first-run Hollywood films and exclusive original content from HBO and CINEMAX, as well as Asian series and popular kids’ programmes.

Within the app, the live TV function can stream HBO and CINEMAX channels. Each HBO GO account can be viewed on two concurrent streams across five registered devices and the service has Airplay and Chromecast functionality.

In Asia, HBO GO is already available in Hong Kong, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam, as well as Thailand which launched on March 30.