At 7:30 p.m. on June 26, there was a long queue at the entrance of Shanghai Wanguo Sports Center. The hazy rain shrouded everyone, but this did not affect their enthusiasm in the slightest. The crowd moved slowly in the rain and fog. If you look carefully, you can still see the delicate lady and the young lady in the JK uniform.
They came here tonight for only one purpose: to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Station B.
Ten years ago, a young man registered a website phone number list with a name hidden in his mind: Mikufans, which means fans of Hatsune. As the "spare tire" of Station A, which was still prosperous at the time, no one could know how far the "back garden" of Station A named by Xu Yi could go. This is the predecessor of Station B.
China's Internet has gone through a decade of changes. Station A has fallen, but Station B has gradually grown. Among the many streaming companies in China, it is considered the one most likely to become YouTube in the future. At station B, PUGVs created by UP masters accounted for 89% of the total playback volume, which is exactly the same as YouTube's ecosystem built by creators. Not only that, but this number is still growing: One year after listing, the monthly active high-quality UP masters at Station B increased by 150% year-on-year to 730,000.