A week after its launch in Spain, Amazon Prime Video now announced the arrival of the Prime Video store in Mexico.

Amazon Prime Video announced this Wednesday the launch of the Prime Video store in Mexico, a TVOD platform that allows users to buy or rent movies.

The announcement comes a week after the service launched in Spain, France, Italy, Canada and Australia.

Films in the Prime Video store come from major US studios including Disney, Warner Bros., NBCUniversal, Sony, Paramount and Lionsgate, with recent titles such as Mission Impossible: Fallout, Deadpool 2 and the award-winning Rocketman, all available to watch now.

Local studios, including Videocine, will also have titles like Conoces a Tomás, Tod@s Caen and Chicuarotes available on launch day.

All Amazon customers can rent or buy titles in the Prime Video store through primevideo.com.mx and the Prime Video app on Smart TVs, Android mobile devices, video game consoles and the Amazon Fire TV Stick.

“We have seen how much our customers enjoy the wide selection of new movie releases available to rent or purchase from the Prime Video store in the US, UK, Germany and Japan, so we are delighted to launch the service in Mexico today,” said Mike Hopkins, SVP Amazon Prime Video & Amazon Studios.

“The Prime Video store brings all the new releases and successful movies to Amazon customers, available to rent or buy, from the best studios in the US and locally, adding to the wide range of entertainment already available through Prime Video with a Prime membership”, he added.

The Prime Video store joins Amazon’s SVOD service and its Prime Video Channels.