Online penetration in video entertainment grew by 4.2% to 71.3% in December. On average, 205.6 million users watched videos online daily. Tencent Video, iQiyi, and Youku were the top three players in this market.
Tencent Video Trends, Statistics & Insights
Tencent Video was launched in April 2011 by Tencent and is now one of the top online video platforms. Users can download Tencent Video app on their mobile devices as well to enjoy a wide range of content including TV shows, sports, news, drama, and movies.
As of December 2018, the number of paid subscribers of Tencent Video exceeded 89 million.
Tencent Video, in addition to introducing the BBC, NHK, NG, Discovery, ZDF and other high-quality documentaries, also participated in the creation of BBC documentary blockbusters, such as the BBC classics, the successful "Earth Pulse 2" and "Blue Planet 2".
Tencent Video FAQ
What is Tencent Video?
Tencent video is one of the top online video platforms in China, with website v.qq.com and mobile apps. Many of the videos are not available outside mainland China due to licensing issues.
How to download Tencent Video?
How to watch Tencent Video outside china?
Some of the copyright videos are not available for users outside mainland China. Some users use VPN or browser plugin such as Malus to bypass the restriction.
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