FuboTV Inc. (NYSE: FUBO) released its first-quarter 2022 financial results. Although the corporation claimed triple-digit sales growth, mounting losses resulted in a price decline at the conclusion of the report.
FuboTV is growing its company successfully. In its report for the quarter ending March 31, FuboTV announced a 102% year-over-year gain in revenue to a record $242 million, surpassing 1 million members. Users who seek a contemporary, all-inclusive alternative to cable TV continue to flock to the service, which can be seen on any device.
FuboTV Inc. (FUBO) has more than 1.3 million customers in different countries in the first quarter, nearly twice as many as a year ago. At the same time, the firm is still a long way from covering the whole address market and has room to grow.
Rapid expansion, on the other hand, leads to increasing losses. FuboTV’s net loss quadrupled to $141 million in the first quarter. The key reason for this is that the company’s revenue from content is increasing. These costs accounted for 102% of sales in the quarter, compared to 95% a year earlier. As a result, FUBO spends money and sells more shares, lowering stock prices.
The management of FuboTV has claimed that it plans to balance expenses in the near future but has not specified how this would be accomplished. The corporation may increase the subscription fee, which will fix the majority of the issues.
True, but this also runs the danger of a user exodus and a halt in audience growth. However, FuboTV Inc. (FUBO) will very certainly be forced to accept this risk. The drop in quotations following the story shows that some investors have opted to hold off on buying FUBO stock until the results of this study are out.
The shares of fuboTV Inc. (FUBO) rose 15.12% to $3.35 on Tuesday. The stock volume continued at 24.31 million shares, up from the average daily volume of 13.87 million shares during the previous 50 days.