Chinese long video streaming site Bilibili (NASDAQ: BILI) reported a better-than-expected Q2 2020 earnings results on Wednesday. Revenue for the quarter was RMB 2.6 billion (USD 380 million), up 70% from a year earlier, beating an analyst consensus forecast of RMB 2.55 billion polled by Bloomberg, 36Kr reported.
Average monthly active users (MAU) reached 172 million and mobile MAU reached 153 million, up 55% and 59% year-on-year respectively.
Famous for its rich anime, cartoon, and video game-related content, Bilibili is trying to reach a broader audience and diversify its revenue structure in recent years by providing more mainstream videos.
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