Online entertainment news portal The Best of Otaku set to launch Hindi content to appeal to Indian visitors – ThePrint

New Delhi [India], Jan 15 (ANI/ATK): One of India’s leading web portals for delivering world-class reviews and news, The Best Of Otaku is set to enter the Hindi news genre with the launch of a new platform dedicated to the nation’s diverse audiences.

Currently, the Hindi news industry is very small and few players dominate the industry.

Therefore, the platform will allow users to enjoy unlimited, authentic and trustworthy content. The platform, according to the company, will enable viewers, readers and visitors from all over the world to obtain useful and value-added information and trivia related to the field of entertainment.

The pandemic has forced people to switch to online modes to consume authentic yet credible information. The Best Of Otaku will pioneer a new revolution by making information accessible to everyone and empowering millions of Hindi-speaking viewers. Our overall vision is to help all viewers, readers and visitors around the world to get useful and value-added information and trivia related to the entertainment arena. We are constantly striving to be the most reliable and responsive platform for Otaku, Anime and the entertainment world in general”.

The Best Of Otaku is one of India’s fastest growing media technology company providing world class reviews, alerts, news and updates on top anime, tv shows, anime, TV series, web series, sitcoms and more. . Their USP lies in Variation (covering different pieces of entertainment content, namely anime, animation, TV series, sitcoms, web series, and much more). Their dedicated and enthusiastic team includes expert writers who are well versed in all the trivia, information, and updates from the world of anime and entertainment. The platform spares no effort to obtain information from trusted sources and presents it to you in the most recent and presentable format.

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