The WWE finally launched its much-anticipated WWE Network on February 24th. After almost two years of waiting fans have access to live WWE programs, and an extensive on-demand pay-per-view library for WWE, WCW, and ECW. Other programming available on the network includes RAW and Smackdown replays, NXT, Main Event, and Superstars.
The best part about the WWE Network is its availability to stream 24/7 on the Web, Tablets, Smartphones, and multiple gaming systems, including PlayStation and Xbox via the WWE app.
The WWE has even offered fans an incentive. Users can take advantage of a one-week free trial of the WWE Network before they begin charging the $9.99 per month for the streaming service.
However, one draw back that has WWE fans fuming is the networks problematic relationship with Xbox. Since the networks launch on Monday, WWE Network subscribers have had difficulty logging in via Xbox.
Today, February 28th, WWE sent out an email to subscribers claiming to be working on the connection issue. According to the email, WWE technical support is hoping to have the issue resolved by Monday, March 3rd.
Find more information on the WWE Network on the WWE official website.