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Live streaming in China

Live streaming in China
- The number of Chinese people on live-streaming services reached 344 million at the end of last year — nearly half of China’s total internet population of 731 million.
Hosts, usually girls, live-stream their performances online. The content varies from singing to dancing to video games and doing other random stuff. The audiences? Mostly male.
China’s live-streaming industry more than doubled in size in 2016, reaching revenues of around $3 billion, according to Credit Suisse.
More than 100 companies now offer the service. Popular apps and websites include Panda TV, Douyu TV, YY, Inke, and Momo.