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Will Netflix’s retention rate helps it go through the price war?

In the year of 2019, Netflix has to watch the arrival of Apple TV Plus, Disney Plus, WarnerMedia and more similar services, following its first biggest drop in subscriber number and stock. It might be a good thing though, for almost every company that has contents to offer has officially joined the game. It’s finally […]

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TikTok’s Rival Kuaishou Planning to Join the Chinese Tech IPO Boom in US

It is revealed that Kuaishou (Overseas version named “Kwai”), the Chinese video-sharing platform, has been planning for its initial public offering in the US stock market next year. The company recently raised around 1 billion USD in its pre-IPO round, mostly backed by Tencent. Kuaishou and Tencent’s cooperation is, however, not surprising to industry insiders, […]

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Huya Beats Douyu With Loyal Users, Shown By Real Consumer Data

The Chinese gaming live-broadcast industry is dominated by 2 major players, Huya (Nasdaq: HUYA) and Douyu (Nasdaq: DOYU). Recently in July, Douyu got listed on Nasdaq following the footsteps of Huya. But according to Measurable AI’s previous analysis, the future of Douyu might not be as bright as that of Huya. With fewer paying users, […]

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Chinese Gaming Live-Stream Platform Huya beats Douyu in Revenue, With Fewer Paying Users

Since major player Panda TV gone bankrupt in March, the Chinese gaming broadcast industry was left with Huya (Nasdaq: HUYA) and Douyu (Nasdaq: DOYU) competing neck and neck. In July this year, Douyu got listed on Nasdaq and revealed in its Q2 report that the company is catching up with Huya’s 56 million MAU with […]

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Can Anyone Stop iQIYI and Tencent Video’s Southeast Asian Expansion?

With the country’s internet growth gradually slowing down, several Chinese tech giants are planning to expand their businesses outside China, and South-East Asia is their first choice.  According to Measurable AI, the Big 3 (iQIYI, Tencent Video, Youku) of Chinese video streaming industry, despite being leaders of the game, show stable curves of paying users. […]

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Tired Of Being Single? Match.com And Zoosk Are Here To Help…Or Are They?

Dating app is now the mainstream way to meet new partners, let’s see how the two paid services, Zoosk and Match.com, work and earn with real consumer data.

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Netflix’s US Paying User Count Drops For The First Time Ever In 10 Years

On 17th July, Netflix issued its second quarter financial statement, announcing an increase in international subscribers of 2.83 million. The number turns out to be much lower than the market’s expectation, 4.81 million, and last year’s record, 4.58 million. What’s even more alarming, is the historic drop of paying user count in the US. Out […]

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Any Chance for Hulu To Win Under Netflix’s Dominance?

From the most-discussed dramas to award-winning movies, Netflix seems to be dominating the video streaming industry with its extraordinary content. However, this does not automatically make Netflix the industry leader. Its closest American rival Hulu is also growing strong and definitely worth looking into. Currently, Hulu is only available in the United States and Japan. […]

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Tencent Video prospers thanks to diverse content, including the hit series Game of Thrones

Tencent Video, the Chinese equivalents of Netflix, bought the exclusive right to air the fantasy show for China-based fans. It turns out to be a wise move.

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