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MUMBAI: Mobclixs recently announced its foray into south west Asia and the Middle East. The company that has seen over 25 per cent growth in two years aims to further penetrate the Asian market with its leading entertainment and lifestyle content including,music, games as well as Bollywood news and gossip.

The ripe Asian and Middle Eastern markets have made a favorable ground for digital companies to experiment with content across segments. With an expected growth of 35%, digital products have been in continuous demand with multiple choices and categories. Mobclixs has adopted a local-only approach to ensure relevant content keeping in mind consumers.

Mobclixs Technologies founder and CEO Dushyant Jani said, “We are glad that our gaming and entertainment content has been loved by our consumers so far and we hope to keep adding fresh and interesting content for consumers across the globe with our expansion. With a new set of consumers in our new markets we hope that we can replicate the same success and further expand into the African continent soon.”

Mobclixs recently completed two years of operations, with teleco partners like Vodafone, Idea, Airtel, Aircel to name a few, Mobclixs has become one of the most popular lifestyle and entertainment content companies.

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