Tired of straight movies – launched Gazenet for the Swedish LGBTQ audience

He describes his film streaming service as a "gay-Netflix". Now Jimmy Sehlin from Sweden is hunting for new funding - and aiming for a soon Nordic launch.

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The idea behind Gazenet is simple: A movie streaming service where all content raises LGBTQ questions. Today, the catalog consists of around 150 films, of which about half come from Europe.

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The catalog ranging from big films such as “Brokeback Mountain” to significantly narrower titles.

“As a gay, I’m part of the target group and I saw that it was difficult to get this kind of movies and programs legally,” says founder Jimmy Sehlin, who launched Gazenet last year.

At present time, the service runs from 600 paying subscribers in Sweden a month. Now they are hunting for new funding for a Nordic launch.

The goal is to reach 25,000 paying Swedish subscribers in a few years’ time.

Are you living in Sweden and want to subscribe, just visit gazenet.se and if you want to invest in a exiting new venture, we are sure Jimmy loves to hear from you.

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