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Offering Professional Dubbing Services in the Arabic Language


If you live in a major English-speaking country like the US or Australia or a Western European nation like Germany or the Netherlands, you might believe that most people in the world speak at least some English. And, sure, most people in the world can probably say “hello” or “thank you.” But most of the global population can’t actually speak English, with estimates placing the figure at around 17% at best. Naturally, English proficiency differs based on the region, and one major region with particularly low rates of English proficiency is the Arab world—the Middle East and North Africa. Here, Arabic dominates, so Arabic dubbing services are necessary if you want to win over a viewership in this part of the world.

At, we connect content creators with the audiences who want to enjoy their works. Given how linguistically diverse our world is, expanding the audience of your movie, TV drama, animated series, online video, or game often requires translating into other languages, and, if you’re eying a fanbase in the Arab world, you’ll need to make your content available in Arabic. Subtitles are okay, but they lack the soul of a professional dub—your Arabic-speaking fans want the full immersive experience, with all the nuance and emotion that comes with professional Arabic voice acting. That’s where we can help.

We provide high-quality dubbing services in Arabic. Want to see a free quote? Just ask!

Win over hundreds of millions of new fans with Arabic dubbing services.

Arabic is an interesting language because it’s technically a group of related dialects, some of which are so distinct from one another that they’re mutually unintelligible. Counted altogether, the dialect cluster known as “Arabic” boasts more than 360 million native speakers, making it the fourth-biggest language in the world. The standardized, literary variant of Arabic, known as Modern Standard Arabic, ties all Arabic speakers together, with about 270 million people using the language in media and other transnational communication.

People are often surprised to learn that Arabic is related to Hebrew but not Persian or Urdu. Indeed, Arabic comes from the Semitic branch of the Afroasiatic language family, and it’s by far the most widely spoken language of the family, used as the official language in 26 countries: Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Somaliland, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, the UAE, Yemen, Zanzibar (Tanzania), and Western Sahara. With Arabic speakers forming communities all over the world, Arabic can also be found as a native language in the US, Canada, the UK, Australia, Germany, France, Spain, Sweden, and far, far beyond. Arabic dubs can open you up to a massive new audience—but only if they’re done professionally.

We boast a well-rounded Arabic dubbing team with experience in all sorts of projects.

It doesn’t matter what kind of project you’d like to dub into Arabic, because, whatever it is, we’re confident we have an Arabic voice-acting expert with the right experience to deliver the quality you’re seeking. Maybe it’s a light-hearted comedy movie, a dark and dramatic TV series, an informative YouTube video, or an immersive adventure video game—no matter the genre or format, our Arabic dubbing experts have the skills necessary to help you cater your work to an Arabic-speaking audience.

We’ve taken care to hire Arabic voice actors from all over the world—not just the Middle Eastern and North African countries that the language is indigenous to but also from the worldwide Arabic diaspora. This way, we can cover the many different varieties of this vibrant language, allowing you to cater to specific audiences, such as Saudi Arabians, Egyptians, or Moroccans, if you so wish. Of course, if you want to cast a wider net, we can produce our Arabic dub in Modern Standard Arabic. The point is that we can cater to your needs.

Why not grow your audience by millions in the Middle East, North Africa, and beyond today? Send us a message if you’d like to get started.

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