Play Suisse now also available in the EU

Play Suisse now also available in the EU

Play Suisse – SRG’s streaming platform – is now also available in the EU. Those with Swiss residency can now also benefit from a wide range of Play Suisse products in the EU. This means that you can no longer switch from one device to another, but also from Bern to Berlin.

From “Heidi” to “Cargo” – from Zurich to Athens

The Play Suisse range has been continuously expanded since its launch on November 7, 2020. Series such as the Swiss “Tatort”, “Wilder”, “Cellul de Cris”, “Helvetica” and “The Undertaker”, the film “Schellen-Ursli” or the documentary “Die Schei-Saga” are a part of it. Various offers from Play Suisse. Travel series, concerts, documentaries, movies and series take you on a trip to Switzerland. And this journey can now be continued in the EU as well.

After registering free of charge on, the mobile phone number and postcode of the Swiss place of residence can be validated and the content can be accessed from within the EU. As usual, in four languages ​​(German, French, Italian, Romansh). There may be costs when receiving the verification SMS and connecting to the Internet in the EU. Gilles Marchando, Director General of SRG, on the new offer: “Access to the Play Suisse offer is now possible through all devices, including in the European Union. We are very pleased to be able to offer this new service to the public. Via Europe To travel and watch Swiss movies at the same time, enjoy series and documentaries is an experience that fits particularly well in the coming holiday season.”

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“Wilder 3” on Netflix

The third season of “Wilder” is available in full on Play Suisse starting Monday evening. As a preview, all six episodes are already available in three language versions on the Play Suisse streaming platform. SRG is thus addressing the habit of youth target groups, specifically wanting to watch a series en suite.

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130,000 registered users after six weeks

The new SRG streaming platform Play Suisse has been getting a lot of use in the first few weeks and is expanding its reach even more. From now on, Play Suisse can be accessed through, among other things, Swisscom’s “Blue TV” box. In addition, there are new series, movies and documentaries available for streaming on Play Suisse.

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Streaming platform Play Suisse celebrates its premiere

Play Suisse is live since Saturday. The SRG streaming platform is celebrating its premiere. The offer is free of charge and ad-free. In the first few weeks after launch, around 1,000 articles will be available in the native language. SRG invests approximately five million francs annually in the product, which will change.

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