Reportedly, The Walt Disney Company (DIS) is moving content from its streaming services Hotstar to its ESPN+ and Hulu streaming platforms in the United States.
Disney, with 174 million paying customers across its four streaming services, is slowly consolidating its content into a Disney Bundle, which will include ESPN+, Hulu, Disney+ and more than 100,000 movies, TV episodes as well as sports events. Sports content from Hotstar will move to ESPN+, and Hotstar movies, as well as TV shows, will migrate to Hulu.
The Disney Bundle, which starts at $13.99 per month, will cost subscribers at least $167.88 for a year. A Hotstar annual subscription costs $49.99 per year. Hotstar users in the U.S. can shift their subscriptions to the entire Disney bundle, at no cost with a redemption code.
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