Netflix provides subscriber numbers from different regions for first time

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Netflix Breaks Down Results by Region, Showing Strong Asia-Pacific, Europe Growth

The release was nevertheless remarkable as Netflix began publishing its performance in four geographic sectors: Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA); Asia-Pacific; Latin America; USA and Canada. Asia-Pacific has clearly been a key area for Netflix of late, with CEOReed Hastings saying final yr the corporate's subsequent 100 million subscribers can be "coming from India". That lags behind 67.1 million Netflix members in the United States and Canada.

However, growth in EMEA has risen up to 40-percent over the 6.5-percent growth recorded in the USA and Canada.

In Latin America, where the company says it is in 33 percent of broadband homes, streaming revenue increased 71 percent from the end of the third quarter of 2017 to the end of the third quarter of 2019. This region recorded a 22 percent growth from a year ago. But when it came to paying subscribers, it occupied the smallest share with 14.5 million. While the streaming giant has traditionally told us how many subscribers it has in the USA and across the globe, we now have access to more detailed information as to how Netflix's global subscriber base breaks down by geographic area. From earmarking huge investments in local original content to innovating on the price-front with mobile-only and yearly subscription plans (like Amazon Prime Video's), Netflix is leaving no stone unturned.




While Netflix doesn't reveal country-wise subscriber numbers, price-sensitive countries like India and Indonesia are emerging as significant markets. Profits too surged 25X during the period.

Membership in the region increased 132 percent from the end of the third quarter of 2017 to the end of the third quarter of 2019, and membership revenue increased 105 percent in the period. Rs 739). Latin America has the lowest revenue per subscriber at $8.63 (Approx.

While all eyes are focused on the domestic battle royale in the streaming world in the USA current kingpin, Netflix, released numbers late Monday that showed how it rules over the rest of the world too. But EMEA is growing as gangbusters by comparison, 40% more than the previous year compared to just 6.5% growth in the US. UU.

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