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Shanghai SynaCast Media Tech
d/b/a PPTV
Type of site
Video streaming and hosting
Available inChinese language and dialects
OwnerSuning Holdings Group
Alexa rank
2,219th(Global, 25 August 2019)
335th(China, 25 August 2019)[1]
Written insimplified Chinese characters
Simplified ChinesePP视频
Hanyu PinyinP P Shìpín
Literal meaningPP Video
former name
Simplified Chinese聚力视频
Hanyu PinyinJùlì Shìpín
Shanghai SynaCast Media Tech Co., Ltd.
Simplified Chinese上海聚力传媒技术有限公司
Hanyu PinyinShànghǎi Jùlì Chuánméi Jìshù Yǒuxiàn Gōngsī

PPTV (Chinese: PP视频) is a Chinese video streaming website. Its predecessor, PPLive, was peer-to-peer streaming video freeware created at the Huazhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, Hubei Province. The group of companies that runs the website was headed by Cayman Islands-incorporated offshore company PPLive Corporation. However, the actual operations were mainly carried out by Shanghai SynaCast Media Tech Co., Ltd. (Chinese: 上海聚力传媒技术有限公司).


A 68.08% stake of the parent company of PPTV, PPLive Corporation, was acquired by Shenzhen-based Chinese blue chip listed company Suning Commerce Group (now known as Suning.com) in 2013–14. However, the stake was re-sold to Suning.com's largest shareholder, Zhang Jindong's Suning Holdings Group in 2015, for CN¥2.5879931 billion.[2]

TV rights[edit]

PPTV owns the following football broadcasting rights in China:


  1. ^ pptv.com Traffic Statistics
  2. ^ 关于拟出售 PPLive Corporation股权暨关联交易的公告 [Announcement of proposed sales of PPLive Corporation and related-party transaction] (PDF) (Press release) (in Chinese). Suning Commerce Group. 31 October 2015. Retrieved 8 June 2016.
  3. ^ "Historic agreement of LaLiga in China" (Press release). La Liga. 5 August 2015. Retrieved 17 June 2016.
  4. ^ PP体育国际米兰频道_国际米兰赛事视频直播_国际米兰俱乐部频道官网24小时在线直播 (in Chinese). PPTV. Retrieved 7 November 2018.

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