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Subscribers can then access four live channels and a streaming service called OCS Go. While OCS is a good way to watch and stream recent movies, most people know the network thanks to its exclusive deal with HBO Enterprise Information Security.

In France, OCS is the only legal way to watch and stream HBO shows, such as Game of Thrones, Silicon Valley, Westworld and more. New episodes are available immediately after they air in the U.S. or less than 24 hours later with French subtitles.

quite extensively. Molotov lets you watch live TV, go back to the beginning of a show and catch up on past episodes a few days after they first aired in a single, unified interface. It works across phones, tablets, computers, Apple TV, Android TV and smart TVs AIR CLEANER.

The startup now has more than a million users. While creating an account and watching basic TV channels is free, today’s news is interesting because add-ons like OCS are going to help Molotov monetize the service.

Some consolidation is underway in the world of payment processing: Worldpay — the giant company that says it processes 31 million mobile, online and in-store transactions daily and competes against the likes of PayPal, Stripe, Square and more in payment processing — is on the block. Today Worldpay confirmed in a statement to the London Stock Exchange, where its shares are traded, that it has received acquisition approaches from both Vantiv and JPMorgan Chase in the U.S., after reports started to emerge that it was the subject of takeover speculation.

“The Board of Worldpay Group plc (“Worldpay”) notes the recent press speculation concerning Worldpay and Worldpay share price movement and confirms that it has received preliminary approaches from Vantiv, Inc (“Vantiv”) and JPMorgan Chase Bank (“JPMorgan”) in relation to the potential acquisition of the entire issued, and to be issued, share capital of Worldpay,” the company noted in a statement bvi company setup.

Worldpay’s stock price has shot up today on the news: the share price is currently up nearly 30 percent to 410 pence, adding over $1 billion to its market cap compared to its opening price: at the time that we’re publishing this post, it stands at £8.6 billion ($10.6 billion).