Memory Gaming is a German documentary composed and guided by Janet Tobias and Claus Which, which attends to psychological athletes competitions, that include examinations like remembering a random collection of numbers and also play the order of a deck of cards disorderly. The documentary gets on the platform Netflix.
Memory professional athletes appearing in the docudrama are: Ganja Winter soul (Sweden), Reinhard Simon as well as Johannes Mallow (Germany), Alex Mullen as well as Nelson Ellis (United States). All they have won more than a Memory Championship, both their country of origin and worldwide. An additional noticeable character that exists in the film is Andy Long, president of the Sports Council memory Asia, that prepares some athletes for these competitions.
It was also attended by researchers at the Wonders Institute, Martin Dresser as well as Boris Konrad, experts in memory researches, scientists that provided lots of contributions to the understanding of the docudrama.

When Netflix went to the market in 1997, there was already the internet, but video streaming did not play a relevant role yet. At that time, the company was successfully successful as an online video library. Nowadays, Netflix dominates the video-on-demand business.

As a new study shows, with a significant distance to all competition. Especially with a particular group, Netflix consumption is particularly large. The German market for online videos is also growing very strong overall.

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Strong growth thanks to Squid Game

Nearly 214 million customers recently reported Netflix worldwide — new record! Also, the competition can be dropped away. The formerly relevant growth was fired since the beginning of 2020 by the Coronapandemie.

Most recently, the Hype series Squid Game from South Korea, Netflix own production, not only a lot of attention, but also many new subscribers and subscribers. Meanwhile, German educational ministries warn against the brutal mega success.

Video consumes rises

The annual online study of ARD and IDF for media use now granted another impressive insight into the dominance of Netflix in the German market. Overall, the average use of media on the Internet in Germany increased in 2021 on an average of 136 minutes per day.

Before the start of the pandemic, there were still 99 minutes. This includes all ages. The younger ones consume significantly more media online than the older ones. Videos, audios, podcasts, music, radio, online articles, social media and messenger are recorded.

Who s the most?

At the age group of 14 to 29 years, there are currently an average of 269 minutes online media consumption per day. Between 30 and 49, it is also still a proud 178 minutes daily. 50- to 60-year-olds are still 77 minutes, 70+ is only 23 minutes.

The lion part falls to the video consumer. 64 of 136 minutes are the daily in section — distributed over all age groups. At the latest group between 14 and 29 years, 70 percent of German daily videos look at the Internet. At 30- to 49-year-olds, it is still 50 percent of people.

Netflix dominates with films and series

Netflix continues to dominate the video-on-demand providers. 32 percent of users and users see Netflix at least once a week. At Prime Video from Amazon, it is bottled only 18 percent, Disney + is currently 8 percent. ARD and IDF come together with their media library on current 21 percent weekly use.

Sources: Has / Online Study of ARD and IDF

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