Lionsgate and Comic-Con to launch new streaming service starting this May


Have you ever wanted to watch a panel at San Diego Comic-Con, but didn’t get the chance to get tickets? Well, Comic Con HQ sounds like a good fit for you.
The new service, Comic Con HQ, was recently announced and it features both scripted and unscripted shows, comedy, and reality competitions. Not only that, but it also brings you streamed and archived video of panels and events from the slew of Comic Cons that happen all over the world.
“The new platform will provide a year-round destination to enjoy all facets of the community and access the vast diversity of content the world has come to expect from the largest and longest-running pop cultural celebration of the year,” said Seth Laderman, executive vice president and general manager for Comic-Con HQ.
The service will be going into beta this May, following an official launch in June just in time for one of the biggest pop culture events of the year, San Diego Comic-Con. The company did not say how much the service will cost, but we can presume as we get closer to the official release, a price point will be revealed.
[SOURCE :-gamezone]