Indonesian live streaming platform Zeemi.tv has announced that it will go offline for an indefinite period of time. It’s app will also come offline soon, according to the announcement on Zeemi’s website.
Damek, the former CEO of Lazada Indonesia, started Zeemi in 2014 with the goal to make it Indonesia’s first online stage for creating, watching, and interacting with live entertainment content.
“We will provide more details soon, but for now, we will be limiting your ability to go live from our website,” says Zeemi’s team.
“The new iteration of Zeemi will see us broaden our reach by making our technology available to companies and developers. We thank all of our valued users for being so much fun and traveling through the pioneering world of live video streaming with us,” they added.
Zeemi is an online platform where users can share their experiences and talents on live video, across both mobile and desktop platforms.
Through Zeemi, users can share emotion and insights as a community, while also establishing a broadcast platform for performers to broadcast to friends, followers, and a wide audience in real-time.
Viewers on Zeemi could send virtual gifts purchased through Zeemii to performer, who exchange these gifts for cash. This model had been designed to motivate users and other popular broadcasters to produce high quality content.