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HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 13: A view of the atmosphere at the premiere of Lucasfilm's first-ever, live-action series, "The Mandalorian," at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, Calif. on November 13, 2019. "The Mandalorian" streams exclusively on Disney+. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Disney)

Disney+ made a huge splash when they launched earlier this week. According to CNBC, the company signed 10 million subscribers within its first day of an international launch. They also add that “Disney signed up more customers in one day than HBO Now, CBS All Access + Showtime, ESPN+, DAZN, and Crunchyroll have signed up in the entirety of their existences.”

It’s estimated that Disney+ is on pace to have between 60 and 90 million subscribers by 2024. But, although Disney+ has high numbers, those figures also include users using the seven-day free trial.

To compare Disney+ to other companies, here is a breakdown of numbers:

Netflix has 60.6 million U.S. subscribers, 158 million subscribers total

Hulu has 28.5 million U.S. subscribers

HBO has 34 million U.S. subscribers, 8 million are HBO Now subscribers

CBS All Access and Showtime has 8 million subscribers

ESPN+ has 3.5 million subscribers

DAZN has 4 million subscribers

Crunchyroll has 2 million subscribers

Amazon has an estimated 100 million Prime subscribers, but those numbers are not public.