Asian Live Stream Market to 2023 – Market is Expected to Grow at a CAGR of 46.4% – Research and Markets

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Asian Live Stream Market: Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, Trends, and Forecasts to 2023" report has been added to Research and Markets' offering.


Asian Live Stream Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 46.4% through the forecast period 2017-2023. The market is analysed by user type, deployment type, device type, use-case, and countries.

The user types segment includes B2C users, B2B users and P2P users. The market is driven by improving internet speed, changing trends in the entertainment industry and demand for greater transparency between customers and brands. The major deployment types used by the customers are: Cloud, on-premises and hybrid. The wide spread of public cloud technologies implementation, B2C and B2B branding, entertainment content, corporate communications, advertising, training purposes and others are fueling live stream platforms' operations in Asian markets.

The popular devices used for live streaming in Asia are PC/Laptop and Smartphone, Tablets, smart tv and others. The growing internet penetration rates and lowered device prices are expected to enhance the necessary infrastructure required for the wide uptake of live stream technology.

The popular use case/verticals for the live stream platforms are sports, gameplay, user generated content, consents and others. Most of the global leading companies in the entertainment industry are entering Asian live sports stream market place as there are low barriers to enter. P2P customers dominating the user generated content segment due to the higher interaction levels live stream offers.

Companies analysed in the report are Ustream, JStream, Wowza, Neulion, NicePeopleAtWork, and Amazon Prime and Kamcord. The study offers a comprehensive analysis of the Asian Live Stream Market.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Industry Outlook

2 Report Outline

3 Market Snapshot

4 Market Outlook

5 Forces Market Characteristics

6 User Types: Market Size and Analysis

7 Deployment Type: Market Size and Analysis

8 Device type: Market Size and Analysis

9 Use Case: Market Size and Analysis

10 Countries: Market Size and Analysis

11 Vendors Profiles

  • Douyu Network Technology
  • J-Stream
  • kamcord
  • Livestream
  • NeuLion
  • Twitch
  • Ustream
  • Wowza

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A.M. Best Comments on Expected Financial Impact to Macau Non-Life-Rated Insurance Companies From Typhoon Hato

HONG KONG--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A.M. Best has commented that the rated non-life insurers in Macau will be able to withstand the Typhoon Hato losses with moderate impact on earnings but limited effect on their financial strength.


On Aug. 23, 2017, Typhoon Hato (category 2 on the Saffir-Simpson Scale) made landfall just north of Macau, an Asian casino hub. The typhoon is the strongest storm in 53 years and caused massive damage to the city from strong wind and flooding, as well as leaving major districts without electricity for 24 hours.

While it is premature to predict the total insured loss to the industry, A.M. Best expects that the storm will have limited rating impact given their conservative reinsurance arrangements, low penetration of natural catastrophe coverage on personal lines and robust capitalization.

It is expected that the majority of the gross losses will come from commercial property and business interruption losses. However, most of these risks (especially the casino risks) are ceded to the international reinsurance market. Personal insurance awareness is very low, as only a single digit of motor policies are comprehensive policies according to Macau Insurers’ Association, and a vast majority of the residential property insurance are fire only policies that do not cover water damage and flood.

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