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Sony Entertainment Network Launches Video Unlimited Service In Brazil

Thousands of Blockbuster and Classic Movies Now Available on PlayStation Systems, PCs, and Other Sony Devices

SAN MATEO, Calif., Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony Network Entertainment International today announced that Video Unlimited, the company's streaming and digital download video service, is now live in Brazil.

Video Unlimited offers Brazilian customers convenience and variety by delivering a broad and frequently updated collection of blockbuster and classic movies to rent or purchase. Video Unlimited content is available on a number of connected systems including PlayStation®4 (PS4™) and PlayStation®3 (PS3™), providing instant access to movies they know and love and the freedom to discover and enjoy new content.

"Brazilian PlayStation fans are passionate gamers who love immersive and immediate entertainment experiences across all of their devices," said Michael Aragon, Vice President and General Manager of Global Digital Video and Music Services at Sony Network Entertainment International. "Video Unlimited delivers blockbuster films like The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Robocop, 300: Rise of an Empire, The Lego Movie, as well as timeless classics through a convenient, single sign-on account bringing endless entertainment directly to our consumers."

Video Unlimited provides instant streaming access to movies through PlayStation®Store (PS Store) on PS4 and PS3 systems, as well as select connected Sony BRAVIA® television and Blu-ray Disc™ players1 through the Video Unlimited application. Users can also download and play movies on PlayStation®Vita (PS Vita), Windows-based PCs through Sony's Media Go application, and Sony Xperia™ smartphones and tablets23 through the Video Unlimited application.

For more information on the launch of Video Unlimited in Brazil, please visit www.sony.com.br/AssistaFilmes.

About Video Unlimited
Video Unlimited is a premium on-demand digital video service with global library of over 200,000 titles4 across 11 countries. It features an ever expanding content roster of Hollywood blockbusters and TV shows as well as films and TV shows from local studios. The service is available on PS4, PS3, and PS Vita systems through PlayStation Store, as well as Sony's network-enabled BRAVIA TVs, Blu-ray Disc devices, Sony Xperia tablets and smartphones, and PCs through Sony Entertainment Network's web store. For more information, please visit: http://www.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com/video-unlimited.

About Sony Entertainment Network
Sony Entertainment Network is the ultimate destination for digital music, movies, games and more. Through the convenience of a single account, Sony Entertainment Network is a global comprehensive network platform that unifies Sony's digital entertainment experience across a growing ecosystem of Sony and non-Sony devices. Additional information about Sony Entertainment Network can be found by visiting: blog.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com, www.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com, www.facebook.com/sonyentertainment, and www.twitter.com/sonyentnet.

Greg Belloni

Robin Schultz

Sony Network Entertainment

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1 2013 & 2014 Sony BRAVIA televisions and 2013 Sony Blu-ray Disc players.
2 Xperia SP, L, M dual, M, ZQ, Z1, Z Ultra, T2 Ultra dual, Z2, M2, T3, Z2 Tablet.
3 Video Unlimited on Xperia devices launches later in the evening of August 21, 2014. 
4 Number of available titles varies by country and may be less.

SOURCE Sony Network Entertainment International

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