LOS GATOS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Roku Inc. (Nasdaq: ROKU) today announced that the company will resume
sales of Roku® devices in Mexico in the coming weeks. This follows a
favorable ruling from the 11th Collegiate Court in Mexico City.
“Today’s decision is an important victory for Roku and its Mexican
distributor, Latamel Distribuidora, S. de R.L. de C.V. and Mexican
retailers in the legal battle against an improper ban on sales of its
popular streaming players in Mexico. We are pleased with the Collegiate
Court’s decision and look forward to continuing to build Roku’s TV
streaming business in Mexico,” said Roku General Counsel Stephen Kay.
“Streaming is the future of TV. It offers a great opportunity for
consumers in Mexico by providing more entertainment choices, the ability
to watch TV on their schedules and more value for money. We are grateful
for our customers in Mexico who, despite the sales ban, continued to
stream more and more hours; and for our retail partners and content
providers who supported us throughout this past year. We look forward to
launching the latest Roku devices in Mexico soon and giving customers an
even richer streaming experience,” said Roku CMO Matthew Anderson.
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content they love, enable content publishers to build and monetize large
audiences, and provide advertisers with unique capabilities to engage
consumers. Roku streaming players and Roku TV models are available
around the world through direct retail sales and licensing arrangements
with TV OEMs and service operators. Roku is headquartered in Los Gatos,
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