Daybreak was bought by another company, which I consider utterly uninteresting as the forums is filled with different opinions on what that might mean. However, as part of the acquisition a presentation was done which is more interesting:
EBITDA - earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization, is a measure of a company’s overall financial performance and is used as an alternative to net income
ARPPU - Average Revenue Per Paying User
Lot of stuff there. The weirdest thing was the avg revenue of $65 per month per user. Now given a long term subscription is $10 a month, and I think they said only ~50% of users are paid members, that is a significant amount of money. Even with an expansion per year, not sure where that money comes from. I’ve always heard people on the forums talk about the Whales, and maybe that’s it. If they gave the Median, that would give greater context.