I said this on another thread, it also is relevant here
This is interesting A study by Ovum analyst Tony Gunnarsson cited at the recent NAB trade show noted that the majority of consumers will subscribe to only 2.25 streaming services, leaving many players out in the cold.
We are looking at 6 or 7 services, 2.25 are used on average per consumer. Yes, some players will be out in the cold, or will they. If the 2.25 is relatively evenly spread, then all of them will be out in the cold. If 2.25 is about 1/3 of the SVOD mainstream services, then 2.25 is like the size of the market suddenly reducing by 67% . The other factor is if the 7 services have a nice spread of very cool content, then the average consumer is foregoing 2/3 of what they would like to watch.
In short, the growth of streaming will be a fail for providers and for consumers
Yea that seems about right. I myself will probably sub to Netflix,Amazon Prime,Disney+ and maybe Hulu if it gets bundled with Disney+ with the international launch.