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Love Travel Repeat: Pocket Aces and Gobble introduce new travel web series

Pocket Aces has entered the travel entertainment industry with its latest series titled ‘Love Travel Repeat’, which premiered on 28 December via its lifestyle arm Gobble.

The series, which has been created in partnership with Hyundai India, features popular actors from the digital space, Pranav Manchanda and Kriti Vij, as they venture on a road trip from Mumbai to Bangalore.

Consisting of five episodes for season 1, the show is available on Gobble’s YouTube, Facebook and Instagram pages.

Regarding the series, Gobble’s channel manager Sonalika Mehra said, “Over the last three years, Gobble has become a household name in the food space. As we created food-focused non-fiction content, we realised the gap that currently exists in India for digital lifestyle content.

“We plan to create over 6 series and several short video formats over the year to cater to and better understand the audience for home and travel content. Through this expansion, we also hope to partner with relevant brands to create fresh digital content in order to reach out to a wider demographic.

“We are kicking off the new Gobble with our first travel series, ‘Love Travel Repeat’ where a real-life couple travels from Mumbai to Bangalore with their Hyundai Grand i10 NIOS as the third wheel on the journey.”

You can catch the first episode here:

Gobble has shown massive growth ever since it was created by Pocket Aces, which is incidentally one of the biggest digital entertainment houses in India.

The parent company also owns other big names in the media industry such as the popular YouTube channel FilterCopy, interactive live-streaming gaming app Loco and long-form video platform Dice Media.

Dice Media itself has created immensely popular series, including What The Folks, Adulting and Little Things. It recently came out with a new one called Brochara.

Last year, Pocket Aces raised ₹100 crore ($14.5) in funding aiming to drastically expand its content library, and it looks like they’re wasting no time.


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