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WWE Network announced, streaming service offers current and classic programming

WWE Network coming to multiple platforms including Xbox, PlayStation, and Roku
WWE Network coming to multiple platforms including Xbox, PlayStation, and Roku
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CVG reports that WWE has revealed plans for a live and on-demand streaming service called WWE Network, available on Xbox and PlayStation platforms for purchase on February 24th in the US.

The announcement came from WWE head Vince McMahan at CES 2014 in Las Vegas. WWE Network will be available for $9.99 per month in the US, and while other region pricing and detailed plans for rollout were not laid out in the release or on the FAQ WWE put out, expectations should be that the service may take up to a year. WWE stated the service,

is scheduled to launch in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong and the Nordics by the end of 2014 / early 2015.

Fans will be able to stream live events like the weekly Smackdown and Raw spectacles, as well as access archived content in an on-demand fashion. The FAQ also lays out that the app will be low/no advertisement, will include Wrestelmania, and Parental Controls can be implemented at the user's discretion.

WWE Network will also give users access to all the WWE brands, including ECW and WCW, allowing the true wrestling fanatic to wet their appetite easily.

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