In recent years, video streaming platforms have become increasingly popular in Nigeria, providing users with a wide range of content at their fingertips. With the rise of high-speed internet and affordable smartphones, more and more Nigerians are turning to streaming services to watch their favorite movies and TV shows, as well as discover new content. From local providers to global giants, there are a variety of video streaming platforms available in Nigeria, each with its own unique offerings and features.
Whether you’re looking for Nollywood movies, international TV shows, or live sports events, there is a streaming platform out there that caters to your interests. Here at Nollyrated, we are huge fans of video streaming platforms in Nigeria. Let’s look at the top platforms and their subscribers in the country.
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Who are Netflix’s competitors in Nigeria?
- Amazon Prime Video
- Amazon Prime
- Wakaati TV
- Accelerate TV
- Red TV
- RedBox TV
- Nigeria Live TV
Netflix Subscribers in Nigeria
Netflix has an approximate 7.4 million subscribers in the country, making it the video streaming service with the largest number of subscribers in the country.
Prime Video Subscribers in Nigeria
Amazon’s Prime Video is a recent entrant in the video streaming landscape in Nigeria and has acquired 3.14 million subscribers as at 2023.
Showmax Subscribers in Nigeria
Owned by MultiChoice, ShowMax currently has 4.4 million subscribers in Nigeria, placing it in second place behind Netflix.
The Top Video Streaming Services in Nigeria
Which video streaming services have the top subscribers in 2023? Here they are:
- Netflix: 7.4 million
- Showmax: 4.4 million
- Prime Video: 3.14 million