Disney's CEO said most of the subscribers to Disney+ came from the U.S. But going forward, the company expects new subscribers to come from foreign markets as the streaming service expands to more European countries and India this March.
The announcement was made by Disney chief Bob Iger during the company's first quarter earnings call with analysts. The service would be launched as part of the existing streaming application Hotstar, erstwhile owned by Fox.
Los primeros usuarios que podrán utilizar el servicio serán de Estados Unidos, Canadá y Países Bajos. Contará con contenido original, películas y series para atraer hasta 90 millones de suscriptores en los primeros meses.