It is being offered in Lithuanian to subscribers to Cgates’s ‘Movies’ package.
Commenting on the launch, Gustavo Vainstein, Eurochannel’s CEO, said: “Thanks to the trust of CGates and their interest in bringing quality and exciting entertainment, Eurochannel is now available in Lithuania, we are excited to have begun collaboration with such a prominent player in the Lithuanian market. Together, CGates and Eurochannel will showcase the best of European cinema. This launch also confirms the growing interest for European cinema amongst European countries. After launching (in the) Estonian language in Estonia last year, we are also very proud to launch Eurochannel in (the) Lithuanian language upon our launch. Our objective remains to keep offering local versions in each local language as Eurochannel is expanding in the region.”
Petras Kirdeika, Cgates’s CEO, added: “We strive to provide the highest possible quality content for our clients who like good movies. Eurochannel offers just that – it broadcasts only the best and recognised in Europe films. This channel is going to raise the quality standards of our ‘Movies’ package”.
Cgates has been operating in Lithuania for over 20 years and provides services to more than 120,000 homes.