Disney+ is coming very soon to Southeast Asia. Here’s how we know.

If you’re looking for a job amid the coronavirus pandemic, you might be in for a stroke of luck because Disney is hiring.

Well, if you’re currently based in Singapore that is.

The Disney careers page recently updated and advertised several positions within the island nation.

This includes:

  • Disney+, Manager – Subscription Management
  • Disney+, Manager – Partner Engagement (SEA)
  • Disney+, Creative Producer (SEA)
  • Disney+, Senior Manager/ Manager – PR & Communications (SEA)
  • Disney+, Senior Manager – Creative Communications (SEA)
  • Disney+, Senior Manager/Manager – Social Media (SEA)
  • Disney+, Director/ Senior Manager – Brand Marketing & Partnerships (SEA)
  • Disney+, Graphics Designer (SEA)

This could mean that Singaporeans are inching closer to having the streaming service available in their country for their viewing pleasure.

In early June 2020, local cable TV Starhub and Singtel both dropped Disney Channel, Disney XD, Disney Junior, and Go Disney from their networks.

Although the two TV networks tried to reach a middle ground, the rise of House of Mouse’s streaming service is inevitably on the loom.

Currently, Disney+ is only available in the following countries:

  • Netherlands
  • U.S.
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • United Kingdom
  • Ireland
  • Germany
  • Austria
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Switzerland

However, Asia and Pacific countries should be getting the service soon beginning mid-2020 to 2021, according to Android Central. Though the current coronavirus pandemic may push plans a little later, nothing has been officially announced yet.

If you want to know more about the service and what you need to be able to stream shows, check out this handy guide right here.

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