On Wednesday, Disney+ has declared that it is going to extend its services to approximately 50 more countries such as the Middle East and Europe. According to the organization, the services are going to be provided in 42 countries and 11 new territories in the second six months of the year.
Disney+ is going to provide its services in South Africa, Poland, along many others countries. However, Disney hasn’t provided any information about when the company is going to roll out the services in 42 countries.
Here’s the full list of countries where Disney+ is going to be rolled out its services.
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- North Macedonia
- San Marino
- Saudi Arabi,
- South Africa
- United Arab Emirates
- Vatican City
Apart from that, Disney+ is further going to be available in 11 territories, including
- Faroe Islands
- French Polynesia
- French Southern Territories
- St. Pierre and Miquelon Overseas Collective
- Åland Islands
- Sint Maarten
- Svalbard & Jan Mayen
- British Indian Ocean Territory
- Pitcairn Islands
- St Helena
At the present time, Disney+ services are accessible in 64 countries such as the UK, the US, India, and Canada. According to previous reports, Disney+ has stated that it has 118 million subscribers, which includes the Indian subscription video-on-demand service Hotstar.
The worldwide ARPU (Average Revenue Per User) of Disney+ in the last quarter was $4.12. Apart from Disney+ Hotstar, it was $6.24, or a boost of approximately $0.12 as opposed to the third quarter, sticking to take advantage of the past price boost.