Why Indonesia

Shoot for Stars will launch in Indonesia in 2024. Vietnam was chosen as one of the launch countries given that Indonesians love football and the incredible numbers of social media users in the country.

Football is the most popular sport in Indonesia. The love of football amongst the general population is significant across all age groups and demographics. In 1938, Indonesia (then known as Dutch East Indies) was the first Asian country to qualify for the FIFA World Cup.

Indonesia has a population of over 280 million people. Currently, Indonesia is the fourth-largest smartphone market worldwide after China, India and the United States..

As Shoot for Stars will be distributed via social media streaming services and streamed through our App, Indonesia was one of the standout countries for the launch of Shoot for Stars.

7 Hours

Time Spent Online

A recent survey showed that the average daily time spent using the internet by respondents in Indonesia was around 7 hours and 42 minutes. Meanwhile, they spent an average of 3 hours and 18 minutes on social media every day.


Internet Users

A survey conducted by the Indonesian Internet Providers Association (APJII) revealed that internet users in Indonesia increased from 175 million users to 220 million users in the last two years.


Indonesians in Australia

There are some 90K+ Indonesian born people in Australia, and some 120K+ living in the USA; where the next World Cup will be co hosted.



The number of Facebook accounts in Indonesia