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WWE goes global - now streaming on Apple TV, more

15 Aug 2014 | Rasmus Larsen |

WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) is expanding its streaming service to 170 countries in all regions of the world. WWE is available on Apple TV, iOS, Android, PlayStation, Xbox, and Smart TVs and more.

WWE goes global

If you are into wrestling WWE is for you. The streaming service costs $9.99 per month with a 6 month contract or $12.99 per month without a contract. It offers access to all the WWE TV channels, on-demand content, documentaries and reality shows about wrestling, including SummerSlam, WrestleMania and Royal Rumble.

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You can watch WWE on your iPhone or iPad (Airplay supported), Apple TV, Android smartphone or tablet, Sony / Samsung Smart TV and Blu-ray players, PlayStation 3 and 4, Xbox 360 and One, Amazon FireTV, Roku, and PC/Mac.

WWE is an over-the-top streaming service, bypassing traditional TV channels and broadcasters. That allows them to reach massive scale in no time, evidenced by the fact that they launched in the US in February 2014 and is now expanding to 170 new countries.

You can subscribe to WWE via the apps or on wwe.com.

- Source: WWE



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