Three Chinese companies will top the Asia Pacific SVOD rankings by subscribers in 2023. Not expected to ever operate as standalone platforms in China, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video will take fourth and fifth places respectively.
The Asia Pacific OTT TV & Video Forecasts report expects 351 million subscription video on-demand subscribers by 2023, up from 141 million in 2017. China will have 235 million SVOD subs in 2023 – or two-thirds of the 22 countries covered.
Netflix ($3.12 billion) will top the SVOD revenues chart in 2023. The top three platforms will account for 54% of the region’s SVOD revenues by 2023. Asia Pacific SVOD revenues will triple from just under $5 billion in 2017 to $15 billion in 2023. China’s share will remain at about half of the total.
Asia Pacific OTT revenues from TV episodes and movies will reach $42 billion in 2023; nearly triple the $15 billion recorded in 2017. The total will increase by $5 billion in 2018 alone.
China and Japan will account for three-quarters of the region’s OTT revenues by 2023. China will command 62% ($25.97 billion) by 2023; increasing its share from 59% ($8.79 billion) of the 2017 total.
Advertising on OTT sites [AVOD] revenues are the main source of OTT revenues. However, SVOD is growing faster – tripling between 2017 and 2023. SVOD will take 37% of OTT revenues by 2023, with AVOD supplying 54%. These proportions were 33% and 55% respectively in 2017.
Key Topics Covered
1. Executive Summary and regional forecasts with handy comparison tables to reveal the best growth prospects.
2. Major SVOD platforms, including market share for each.
3. Regional forecasts summary from 2010 to 2023 by platform, by household penetration, by SVOD subscribers and by OTT revenues for movies and TV episodes.
4. Country Profiles for 22 territories.
5. New for 2018: Prospects. Subscriber forecasts for 22 countries in a visually-appealing 48-page document.
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Source: Business Wire Entertainment News