In select markets, Amazon's Prime package offers customers much more than premium retail delivery and Prime Video has recently taken on a leading role in service uptake to help draw consumers into the fully fledged Amazon Video ecosystem.
Having released Prime Video globally at the end of 2016, Amazon is continuing to establish itself in a wide variety of markets. Country by country, Amazon is bringing in its multitude of services such as Amazon Drive, Kindle and premium retail delivery with the intention of eventually bringing in the full value Prime membership. Understanding the value of these non-video aspects of Prime as well as other Amazon Video components reveals Amazon's strategy and motives behind an ecosystem much greater than just video.
- Components of the bundled Prime offering are not consistent across countries and details of both Prime and Prime Video modules can differ significantly by country.
- A number of Amazon’s investments and acquisitions have had influence over the Amazon Prime product, while others indicate the direction in which Amazon is heading in new and emerging markets.
- Unlike a number of its rivals, Prime Video’s online video presence extends beyond a TV and movie library to live sports, a la carte subscription add-ons and user-generated-content.
In this report:
- Valuation of Prime Video within the bundled Amazon Prime package.
- Analysis of high profile Amazon acquisitions.
- Amazon Prime Video's success over Netflix in select markets.
- Amazon's differentiating video aspects.
List of tables and charts:
- Amazon's Video Ecosystem
- 2017/18 Annual Bundled Amazon Prime Video ARPU by country
- Amazon Prime Video vs Netflix in Germany, India and Japan
- Amazon Channels/Standalone comparison
- Offerings in Amazon Prime markets
Number of Pages: 11
Number of Tables and Charts: 5