Qobuz available in 6 new countries (Image Credit: Qobuz)
Qobuz available in 6 new countries (Image Credit: Qobuz)

Six new Countries

Hi-Res Streaming with Qobuz now also in Latin America and Portugal

The French music streaming platfrom Qobuz is now also available in several countries of the world's fastest-growing market for music streaming – Latin America.

The high quality music platform Qobuz is expanding to six more countries, continuing its worldwide growth. By now adding five countries in Latin America – Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia and Chile – as well as one in Europe – Portugal –, Qobuz doubled the number of markets it is available in over the last two years. With the newest expansion, 470 million additional music fans now have access to music in highest sound quality.

Thanks to the latest fundraising of around 22 million euros, the company is steadily expanding its business. Following the launch of Qobuz in Australia, New Zealand and Scandinavia in April 2021 and the acquisition of the Japanese high-resolution download store e-onkyo music, the French music streaming service is now also available in South America. A market of particular importance, as the Latin American region is currently recording the highest growth rate in the music streaming market (+32.5%, source: IFPI 2022). With Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Chile and Portugal, Qobuz is now available in a total of 25 countries.

With a catalog of more than 80 million songs, the platform aims to offer great musical variety and wants to give its users the opportunity to discover, share and learn about new music. Especially interesting for audiophiles, the platform offers streaming of uncompressed files directly from the studio, with sound quality up to 24-bit/192kHz.

Music enthusiasts can quench their thirst for musical knowledge with thousands of articles and find plenty of further information concerning newly discovered music. Qobuz is a hand-curated music experience tailored to listeners: Qobuz editors make recommendations and create playlists to give new, emerging musicians a place in the spotlight.

Qobuz: https://www.qobuz.com/us-en/discover


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