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The company has announced collaborations with Aiwa, Daewoo, and Sansui, claiming to be Mexico's top TV streaming service by number of hours streamed.

This year, Aiwa will introduce a variety of Roku TVs in Mexico; the 32- and 40-inch models will go on sale this month.

Sansui, a Japanese company, will introduce its HD and 4K Roku TV models this month. A 43-inch 4K model will follow in September.

The Roku TV lineup in Mexico now includes these three brands in addition to Hisense, TCL, ATVIO, HKPRO, InFocus, JVC, Philips, Sanyo, and Sharp.

Thousands of free and paid channels, including HBO Max, Netflix, Disney+, VIX, Prime Video, Paramount+, Tubi, Pluto TV, MUBI, and Apple TV+, are accessible on all Roku TV devices.

"We are delighted to welcome Aiwa, Daewoo, and Sansui with new Roku TV models in Mexico to deliver the finest entertainment to households," declared Arthur Van Rest.

The entertainment options on Roku. Customers will be able to select the ideal Roku TV for their needs since 12 TV brands currently offer Roku TV models.