The WWE Network is now officially available in over 170 different countries, as the WWE looks to further expand their company.
The WWE Network is a video library which contains every WWE, ECW and WCW PPV event ever produced. In April of this year, the WWE launched the Network in hopes of giving their fans unprecedented access to the largest wrestling video library in the world.
After some dangerously low numbers showed that the Network hadn’t become an immediate success like WWE had expected, they have decided to finally make the Network available in countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mexico and Spain. It will be available in the UK in October.
Andrew Raumer, a 20-year-old WWE fan from Putney who is a happy owner of the Network, told The Newsroom of his excitement.
“The Network is very innovative as it’s one of the first over-the-top international networks. It gives the customer unprecedented access to a vast array of sports entertainment from multiple wrestling organisations which are over 50 years old. At just US$9.99 (approximately AU$10.74) a month with a six-month commitment period, it is great value for money… as a huge wrestling fan, I’ve been waiting all year for the Network to be available in Australia.”
The Network can be streamed via multiple devices, including iOS, laptop and PC devices, and game consoles. – Lachlan Brunton
Top photo by Noah La’ulu.