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Streaming in Asia Continues to Grow; Up 46% in Q3 According to New Conviva Data

Despite predictions of a "pandemic peak," streaming adoption continues to gain ground worldwide and Asia is no exception, experiencing 46% year-over-year growth in Q3 2021 according to the Q3 2021 State of Streaming: Asia report from Conviva, the continuous measurement platform for streaming media. Asia's streaming growth was led by the western and southeastern regions of Asia, which increased 200% and 164%, respectively, with the eastern and central regions showing more modest growth at 34% and 22%, respectively.

Conviva's data also showed Asia consistently consumed streaming content on smaller screens, with desktop (49%) and mobile (33%) viewing taking the top spots in viewing time by device for the third quarter. Big screen viewing, which consists of connected TVs, smart TVs and gaming consoles, was low in Asia compared to the rest of the world, with just 14% share of viewing time. Western Asia was the only region to watch predominantly on the big screen.

"Streaming viewership in Asia ? and worldwide ? shows no signs of slowing, making it imperative for publishers to focus on delivering the best possible viewing experience in this region," said Keith Zubchevich, CEO, Conviva. "By focusing on optimizing experience and viewer engagement, publishers can not only expand their audience internationally, but also drive consumer loyalty in Asia that will yield dividends for years to come."

Android TV Continues Dominance in Asia

Despite big screen viewing time receiving only 14% share of the overall viewing time in Asia, Android TV, with 52% of the big screen share, was solidly Asia's television of choice. Amazon Fire TV was second with 22% followed distantly by Samsung TV with 8% and LG TV with 6% share.

Asia Continues to Struggle with Quality

Quality remained a mixed bag for the region. Asia recorded the worst buffering percentage globally at 0.98%, yet all global regions were under 1% for the first time ? a significant accomplishment. Asia was also the only region to see no improvement year over year in picture quality and offered the lowest bitrate of any region at 2.20 Mbps. Fortunately, Asia did see a remarkable improvement in video start failures, down from 44% to 1.13%, but worsened 35% in the time it took for videos to play.

Asian Sports Leagues Leverage Video to Drive Engagement

Asian sports leagues, including the Indian Premier League (IPL), Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) and the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) recognized the benefit of using social video to reach their fans and saw a significant increase in engagement year over year with total cross-platform engagements up by 36%, despite a 19% decrease in videos posted. The IPL saw the biggest year-over-year increase in engagement, up 201% in July, 32% in August and 23% in September.


Conviva's data is primarily collected using proprietary sensor technology with a global footprint of more than 500 million unique viewers watching 180 billion streams per year across nearly 4 billion applications streaming on devices. Embedded directly within streaming video applications, the sensor measures across content and ads to analyze nearly three trillion real-time transactions per day for its customers. In the State of Streaming report, the year-over-year data from Q3 2021 as compared to Q3 2020 was normalized based on Conviva's customer base. The social media data consists of data from over 2800 accounts, over 21 million posts, and over 18 billion engagements across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube in Q3 2021.

About Conviva

Conviva is the census, continuous measurement and engagement platform for streaming media. Powered by our patented Stream Sensortm and Stream IDtm, our real-time platform enables marketers, advertisers, tech ops, engineering and customer care teams to acquire, engage, monetize and retain their audiences. Conviva is dedicated to supporting brands like CCTV, DAZN, Disney+, Hulu, Paramount+, Peacock, Sky, Sling TV, TED and WarnerMedia as they unlock the incredible opportunity in streaming media. Today our platform processes nearly 3 trillion streaming data events daily, supporting more than 500 million unique viewers watching 200 billion streams per year across 4 billion applications streaming on devices. Conviva ensures digital businesses of all sizes can stream better?every stream, every screen, every second. To learn more, visit www.conviva.com.

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