ESPN+ Reaches 7.6 Million Subscribers

During their Q1 earnings call, Disney has just announced that ESPN+ has reached 7.6 million subscribers, reporting that the service had 6.6 million subscribers to end the first quarter.

This increase from quarter to quarter was largely due to the Disney bundle package, giving customers a discounted price when subscribing to Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu.

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