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2015–2020 2020–present (secondary) 2020–present
2015–2020 2020–present (secondary) 2020–present

Disney+ Hotstar (formerly known as Hotstar, which is still used in Singapore, the UK and the discontinued US service) is the video-on-demand service of Star TV, the main Indian subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. It was launched in February 2015 during the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup and rebranded to the current name on 3 April 2020.

Aside from India, Singapore, the UK and formerly the US, the service is also being introduced in Southeast Asian markets, first starting in Indonesia on 5 September 2020.

Hotstar

2015–2020

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Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Interstate
Launched:  February 2015

2020–present (secondary)

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Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  ITC Avant Garde Gothic (modified)
Launched:  7 March 2020

A new logo was unveiled on 7 March 2020 in preparation for Hotstar’s integration with Disney+ starting from 3 April. The logo is set in a modified version of ITC Avant Garde Gothic with rounded corners. In some cases, such in the United States and the United Kingdom as Disney+ and Hotstar are separate platforms, it is used on its own; but in most cases, it appears along with the Disney+ logo.

Hotstar launched in Singapore in November 2020 for the Indian community (Disney+ was launched there separately on 23 February 2021, along with several other territories). On 30 November 2021, Hotstar was phased out in the US, with the programming moved to other Disney-owned services like Hulu and ESPN+.

Disney+ Hotstar

2020–present

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A new Hotstar app, modified to show the Disney+ logo, was introduced on 11 March 2020 along with Disney+ content, with the official launch of the app being on 3 April. The service expanded into Asia starting with Indonesia on 5 September 2020 and in Malaysia and Thailand in June 2021. It is stated to launch in the Philippines and Vietnam in 2022.

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