This article originally appeared on ABACUS Video site iQiyi is one of China’s largest Netflix-style platforms, offering a large streaming library of movies and TV shows. But with a new app called Suike, it’s becoming a little more like YouTube. The Suike app offers movies and shows already available on iQiyi, but it also highlights user-produced short videos. The Baidu-owned streaming company said it already has more than 3 million content creators. While Youku and Bilibili have both been referred to as “China’s YouTube,” iQiyi CEO Gong Yu reportedly said in a recent earnings call that the YouTube model still hasn’t “developed in scale” in China. Like Tencent Video, its biggest competitor, iQiyi still isn’t profitable . Video platforms in China and overseas alike are working to expand content offerings. Douyin, China’s version of TikTok, is known for offering 15-second video clips -- but it now also provides full-length movies . And YouTube is reportedly working on a short video app that will help it compete with TikTok. Sign up now and get a 10% discount (original price US$400) off the China AI Report 2020 by SCMP Research. Learn about the AI ambitions of Alibaba, Baidu & JD.com through our in-depth case studies, and explore new applications of AI across industries. The report also includes exclusive access to webinars to interact with C-level executives from leading China AI companies (via live Q&A sessions). Offer valid until 31 May 2020.