WWE announced new agreement to broadcast its content

The company launched WWE Network in 2014 and little by little it made its way, until in recent years they merged it with different providers, ceasing to be an independent platform. This was evidenced when they signed a lucrative deal with USA Network for Peacock to broadcast content that they had previously broadcast themselves in the United States, and it has clearly helped them get record income.

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► BINGE will broadcast WWE content in Australia

WWE has secured a new rights deal for Australia with Foxtel Group, which includes a deal similar to his contract with Peacock in the United States. According to a WWE press releaseFoxtel’s BINGE streaming network, which has 4.5 million subscribers, will be the home for all WWE Network content in Australia.

With this new agreement, BINGE will be the main carrier of the company’s original content and digital archive, so its subscribers will have RAW, SmackDown, NXT and other live events that were previously only available through PPV on both the FOX8 channel as in a new channel dedicated 24/7. The events will be available to subscribers at no additional cost.

The co-CEO, Stephanie McMahonwho assumed this position after the retirement of his father, He also commented on the new agreement with the Australian-based company.

“With its far-reaching and engaged audience, Foxtel Group has been a long-standing and trusted partner of WWE for more than 20 years. We look forward to expanding our partnership with Foxtel Group and welcoming BINGE as WWE Network’s new broadcast home in the region. Together we will continue to bring our unique blend of action-packed and family entertainment to fans and grow the WWE audience across Australia.”

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Stephanie McMahon – WWE

In addition to Peacock and BINGE, WWE had also signed a similar deal in India with Sony Sports Network for Sony Liv to stream your content.

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WWE announced new agreement to broadcast its content