NBCUniversal’s Peacock service will now be the new home of all the WWE Network subscribers.
According to reports, NBCU and WWE signed a multi-year contract that gives peacock the rights to stream the WWE network to its users, all over the USA. The contracts’ in-depth details are not shared, but it is to be believed that the contract is slated to last a total of 5-years and is worth over $1 Billion. More than 17,000 hours of WWE programming will be available on Peacock. All its live titles like the annual events WrestleMania and SummerSlam will be available on the platform at no extra cost.
The WWE Network’s current-numbers of 1.1 million U.S. subscribers will be moved to Peacock Premium, where they will also have access to the full streaming portfolio for $4.99 a month — 50 percent less than the WWE Network’s monthly $9.99. However, this will include ads, and those looking to stream ad-free will need to have a $9.99 per month plan.
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