Technically Disney, the streaming war, has already won it. The total number subscribe to the services streaming of the company: from Disney + to Hulu, through the platform dedicated to sports ESPN.

Today Netflix it boasts more than 220.67 million members. It’s still an undefeated number as these are basically subscribers to a single on-demand streaming service. Disney + it has been around for less years, but at least already has the ceiling of the 150 million subscribers – it will have to be assessed what the effects of the recently announced price increase will be.

ESPN +, a platform with a huge catalog of sporting events, documentaries and interviews ranging from baseball to football, has approximately 22.8 million subscribers. It’s worth noting that ESPN+ is available exclusively in North America and there are no plans to export the service to Europe as well — where Disney would run into a chaotic maze of licensing and sports rights owned by a myriad of different companies.

hulu, which is part of the Disney empire after the Warner Bros acquisition, not only has 46.2 million subscribers, but is also the only one of the three services to generate a profit, while the others are currently still at a loss. Hulu is also not available worldwide, but only in a selection of countries.

In short, math has no objections: Disney beats Netflix, but as long as you arm yourself with a calculator. For now, the gap between Disney+ and the Red Hasting platform remains quite important.

Source: Lega Nerd

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