The WWE Network has gone over-the-top in over 170 countries worldwide. As a result, English-language version of the network’s programming is now available in Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Spain, Singapore, and Nordic countries, among others.
WWE’s expanding OTT service costs a monthly fee of $9.99 for at least six months. In exchange, wrestling fans receive constant programming and access to all pay-per-view events, along with the network’s VOD content. For a little more money, WWE fans can get the entertainment service free of time commitments, with an anytime cancellation policy.
Plans for the WWE’s OTT content to spread to the UK, Italy, Germany, Japan, India, China, and Malaysia are set for this October.
WWE is also making its programming available on Sony connected TVs, various Blu-ray systems, and Samsung Smart TV devices later this week.
WWE fans can subscribe online at the network’s website. The company’s programming already extends to over 650 million homes around the world.