Here’s your chance to win free subscription for a year to WAVO, OSN’s OTT streaming platform and 6000 dirhams!
If you like binge watching online streaming services like Chris, Robbie and Sonal from Off Script do, then you’ve reached the right page.
You could win a free subscription for a year to WAVO, OSN’s OTT streaming platform. Apart from being able to watch some of the world’s best TV shows for free, you could also walk away with 6000 dirhams in cash!
All you have to do is tune in to Off Script’s Spotlight segment every Thursday from 5 pm and text in to the show. You could be chosen by the team to put your knowledge of televised series and movies to the test. At the end of six weeks, there will be a final face off LIVE on the show to crown the ultimate King or Queen of Wavo.
OSN WAVO is home to the highest rated TV shows of all-time including Chernobyl, Killing Eve, Suits Season 9 and Brooklyn Nine Nine.
Popular TV shows are streamed at exactly the same time as the United States so die-hard fans can get hold of upcoming episodes as and when they come out and avoid spoilers.
The platform is home to a huge selection of Emmy, Golden Globe and Oscar award-winning shows and movies.
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