Mexico OTT sub numbers to lead LATAM

Mexico OTT sub numbers to lead LATAM

Mexico OTT sub numbers to lead LATAM

Mexico is set to reach 5 million VOD OTT subscribers by end 2015, largely surpassing Brazil, Colombia and Argentina, according to new findings from regional analysis expert Dataxis.

Mexico currently has the most developed IP and TV Everywhere multiscreen television platforms and the highest investment of the region.

According to Dataxis, VOD OTT subscribers – like Netflix and Clarovideo – and movies rentals and purchases added together, Mexico online video services market will reach USD 370 million in 2015 and up to USD 809 million in 2018, which represent the biggest market in Latin America.

Mexico is the only country of the region where pay-TV operators succeeded in splitting Premium TV everywhere services (such as Dish online or Sky Bluetogo Video Everywhere) and billing them separately something that was never achieved by companies in other Latin American markets.


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