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wuaki-tv-chromecast is now available on Google’s Chromecast streaming dongle.

That means if you’re signed up to, you can access the streaming service’s entire catalogue of films and TV series through Google Chromecast. Just plug the dongle into your TV’s HDMI socket, and you’re ready to start streaming.

The device negates the need for a pricey smart TV.

To celebrate the launch, is offering £20 off a Chromecast when you buy any TV series from its HBO catalogue, which includes ‘Game of Thrones’, ‘True Detective’, and ‘The Sopranos’.

With the discount, the Chromecast only costs just £10.

Other ways to watch Wuaki’s TV shows and films include through the Chrome browser on your PC or laptop, or through Wuaki’s iOS or Android app.

“Google’s Chromecast is a fantastic device, and we’ve already seen it is proving popular amongst our users in the UK and Spain,” Josep Mitja,’s co-founder, said in a statement.

“A high number of our users stream content directly to their smart TVs, around 80%, through our dedicated apps. This agreement with Google to support Chromecast means even more users can enjoy our high-quality catalogue direct through the big screen, as well as on tablets, smartphones and games consoles.”

The streaming service recently gained the rights to show series one to three of ‘Game of Thrones’. is also available through smart TVs from Panasonic, LG, and Samsung.

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