fuboTV released its Q4 2021 earnings report today and shared that the live TV streaming service added 185,000 subscribers in the fourth quarter and reached 1.13 million subscribers by the end of the year. The company also announced 2022 guidance, expecting to drive over $1 billion in total revenue this year.
fuboTV reported record year over year growth, beating its expected 2021 results of 1.1 million paid subscribers.
“fuboTV delivered a record fourth quarter and full year across a number of our key financial and operational metrics,” said David Gandler, co-founder and CEO, fuboTV. “Engagement continues to be strong as we add differentiated content to our offering and focus on innovating our product to meet consumer preferences and drive a premium experience. Our expansion into real-money wagering is underway with the launch of Fubo Sportsbook across two states with additional states expected to follow this year. This launch represents a differentiated and industry-first integration of streaming and a sports wagering product and we see ourselves in the very early innings of a massive opportunity.”
“Our fourth quarter closes out an extraordinary year defined by delivering triple-digit year-over-year growth in total revenues, advertising revenues and subscriber growth all while continuing to expand adjusted contribution margin,” said Edgar Bronfman Jr., executive chairman, fuboTV. “Within the year, we achieved several important milestones, representing meaningful advancements towards our mission to build the world’s leading global live TV streaming platform with the greatest breadth of premium content, interactivity and integrated wagering. Our progress over the course of 2021 further fortifies our position to continue to execute on that mission in 2022.”