For all the wrestling fanatics out there, Vince McMahon the owner of WWE has great news. WWE Network is finally happening. It was announced at CES 2014 couple of days ago that February 24 will see the official launch of the network that will let fans enjoy live streams of their favorite events on devices including gaming consoles.
Unlike what was expected previously, WWE Network will not be a new TV channel. Instead, events like Wrestlemaina 30, Monday Night Raw and Friday Night Smackdown will be streamed directly to dozens of devices as well as the WWE website for a pay per view price.
You will be able to access the WWE Network Live Streams using the WWE App on Amazon’s Kindle Fire devices, Android, iOS, Roku streaming devices, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Xbox 360. The network will not be available on Xbox One and certain other devices yet though they will be added to the list in summer.
It includes all 12 WWE live events, original programming, reality shows like WWE Legends House, documentaries and classic matches. This equals more than 1500 hours of wrestling.
Those of you who are interested in subscribing, you will be able to join WWE Network after 9PM ET on Monday, February 24 by visiting the official website of WWE. Oh and if you are not sure about the value for money, there is a one week free trail that you can take up.
A list of the programs that you will be able to access is:
- All 12 current WWE pay-per-view events – including WrestleMania
- Live pay-per-view 30 minute pre- and post-shows
- Monday Night Raw
- Friday Night SmackDown
- The Monday Night War
- WrestleMania Rewind
- WWE Countdown
- WWE Legends House
- WWE NXT
- WWE Superstars
- Video on demand
You can check out the official announcement post for more information on the WWE Network.