In a statement, it says that its online service will include over 300 movie classics from the Hollywood Studio. The movies will be available to buy or rent through the Tricolor Cinema and TV application and the web version of the online service kino.tricolor.tv.
Separately, Tricolor has announced the results of its anti-piracy activities in 2020. These saw its initiatives result in law enforcement agencies initiate 11 criminal cases. It notes that the most common cases of violation of the company’s interests were the production and distribution of pirated smart cards, modification of equipment for receiving satellite channels, as well as illegal broadcasting of content in the HoReCa segment.
As a result, 13 people were prosecuted in connection with the manufacture and distribution of modified equipment.
The heaviest punishment was received by a resident of the Republic of Dagestan, who was imprisoned for 18 months.