The streaming wars continue to heat up, with Netflix losing -2% of its U.S. market share in quarter two, reports JustWatch. Rivals such as Apple TV+, Disney+, and HBO Max capitalized on the losses of market leader, and each added +1% in the quarter, notes the international streaming guide.
Netflix now only holds a 1% margin over Prime Video, and there is just a 5% margin between HBO Max and second place. HBO Max and Apple TV Plus continue to have the highest growth rate in the U.S. adding +2% each, contributing to Netflix’s -2% loss. Other top players in the US market, such as Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus,and Paramount+, have all actively gained +1% shares since January.
Apple TV+ now has 6% of the U.S. streaming market. That compares to 21% for Netflix, 20% for Prime Video, 15% for HBO Max, 14% for Disney Plus, 10% for Hulu, and 4% for Paramount+.
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