Squid Game, the largest and most watched series on Netflix, is valued at nearly US$900 million (AU$1.2 billion) for Bloomberg Information’s major streaming experiences.
The nine-episode thriller, in which contestants play kid games with deadly penalties in a bid to earn $45.6 billion (AU$52 million), became a worldwide hit when it launched last month.
Compared to the estimated internet value, the current value is only US$21.4 million (AU$28.8 million) to be provided, according to Bloomberg.
According to the report, about 132 million people watched at least two minutes of the show in its first 23 days, simply violating the document drafted by the American drama Bridgerton, which was broadcast by 82 million accounts during its first 28 days. 4,444 Netflix had previously reported that the show racked up 111 million subscribers, but Bloomberg said those numbers were mainly based on information that was only slightly older. 4,444 California Netflix estimated that 89% of people who started the series watched multiple episodes, the news company said, and 66% finished watching the footage within the first 23 days.