The Pay-TV services in the Middle East and North Africa: trends and forecasts 2017–2022

The introduction of IPTV to many operators' portfolios in the Middle East and North Africa has changed the pay-TV landscape by posing a significant challenge to the incumbent satellite providers beIN and OSN. This report provides detailed 5-year forecasts of the region.
5.Regional forecasts and cross-country comparison

6.Middle East and North Africa: revenue growth will be strong in both traditional and OTT to the TV segments

7.Emerging AsiaPacific: bundling and piracy are some of the key factors that affect growth in the region

8.Middle East and North Africa: strong growth in IPTV will challenge the long-established dominance of regional satellite broadcasters

9.Middle East and North Africa: the popularity of illegal streaming will be a barrier to OTT adoption

10.MENA: IPTV subscriber share will increase and paid-for, OTT-to-the-TV penetration will be significant in certain countries only

11.Individual country forecasts

12.Oman: all access technologies will make gains as price competition and OTT bundling stimulate take-up

13.Qatar: the traditional pay-TV market is highly penetrated, but appetite for OTT is high partnerships become important

14.Saudi Arabia: IPTV will account for 30% of traditional pay-TV services by 2022 basic services bundled free with broadband

15.UAE: IPTV-based bundles from Etisalat and du will continue to dominate the market


16.Forecast methodology and assumptions

17.Our spend forecasts focus on linear and on-demand content to the TV set

18.Our definition of OTT-video-to-the-TV services

19.About the author and Analysys Mason

20.About the author

21.Analysys Masons consulting and research are uniquely positioned

22.Research from Analysys Mason

23.Consulting from Analysys Mason


List of figures:


Figure 1: Pay-TV spend by service type and ASPU for traditional and OTT-to-the-TV-set services, Middle East and North Africa, 20132022


Figure 2: Pay-TV total spend and growth rates by service type, Middle East and North Africa, 20162022


Figure 3: Pay-TV connections and growth rates by type, Middle East and North Africa, 20162022


Figure 4: Selected factors that affect the take-up and value of pay-TV services in the Middle East and North Africa


Figure 5: Pay-TV connections and ASPU by access technology, Middle East and North Africa,
20132022


Figure 6: The number of traditional pay-TV connections as a percentage of the number of households, Middle East and North Africa countries, 20132022


Figure 7: The number of OTT to the TV set users as a percentage of the number of households, Middle East and North African countries, 20132022


Figure 8: Traditional pay-TV connections by technology and OTT video to the TV set users as a percentage of the number of households by country, MENA, 2022


Figure 9: Household penetration of pay TV by access technology, Oman, 20132022


Figure 10: Household penetration of pay TV by access technology, Qatar, 20142022


Figure 11: Household penetration of pay TV by access technology, Saudi Arabia, 20142022


Figure 12: Household penetration of pay TV by access technology, UAE, 20142022


Figure 13: Scope of our pay-TV spend forecasts


Figure 14: Definition of OTT video services to the TV




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