Winsing Animation to participate in ATF Online+

Winsing Animation is attending the online event of Asia TV Forum & Market (ATF). The virtual gathering ATF Online+ is being held between 1-3 December 2021. The animation studio is coming on board with new series GG Bond: Kung Fu Pork Choppers and the upcoming feature film Ocean Mission and so on.

ATF’s opening day event will take place at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore on 1 December 2021. Their digital platforms will go live with their hybrid event on 1 December 2021 and will stay fresh with content until June 2022.

“To explore the oversea market further, Winsing Animation takes an active part in ATF this time hoping to find more international partners and distributors for its multiple possibilities in the future,” the studio said in an official statement.

In addition, Winsing Animation’s latest shows GOGOBUS and Team S.T.E.A.M! will also be listed for ATF event. They are set to launch GOGOBUS season eight on all the leading cartoon channels and streaming platforms in China on 26 November.

Following the seventh season, the new season will carry on the study tour in nature. In the new adventure, there are more unexpected challenges waiting for them in forest and undersea world which will make children get closer to nature and understand the coexistence between man and nature.

Responding to the enthusiasm in Malaysia, the third season and fourth season of GG Bond: Dino Diary will be launched on Astro from 29 November. Also, Team S.T.E.A.M.! season two will follow.

As a leading animation company, Winsing animation keeps bringing wonderful productions with excellent performance. After releasing at home recently, Team S.T.E.A.M.! season four passed 200 million hits on web around the network and keeps ‘Top One’ in audience ratings on the major cartoon platforms. Now it is still holding a place in the hit lists of all the platforms.

Moreover, GOGOBUS also aired on Carousel last month. At present, GOGOBUS has caught an amount of audiences across diversified countries and regions with various language versions, including Chinese, English, Korean, Malaysian, Indonesian, Russian, Vietnamese.