During a Disney+ presentation on the Disney+ Pavilion stage at the D23 Expo opening night, details were confirmed on how many people and concurrent streams can use a single subscription to Disney+.
7 different people can set up profiles within a Disney+ subscription, all of which can be given a name, a Disney character avatar and will store their own watch lists etc.
It was also confirmed that there can be 4 concurrent streams at once. Which means 4 people can watch Disney+ at the same time with the one account.
If you have more than 4 people watching at once, then you might need to pick up a second subscription.
Compared to other streaming platforms, Hulu only allows 1 single stream in its basic package, 2 with the Live TV option and they also offer a unlimited amount for a extra fee. While Netflix offers a single stream in the basic package, with additional options going up to 2 and 4 screens at once for a higher fee.
This means Disney+ is offering more screens than both Netflix and Hulu in the basic package. And is much more family friendly, since 4 screens at once would allow the majority of households more than enough flexibility.
How many screens would you use at once.