WWE Network to stream wrestling to consoles and PC

World Wrestling Entertainment is preparing to launch the WWE Network on February 24. The 24/7 live streaming network will be available for $9.99 a month on PS4, Xbox 360, PS3, PC, and iOS, with Xbox One support coming later this summer.


If you're really into wrestling, perhaps you've caught yourself wishing for an unlimited streaming subscription for the WWE. Well, your wish has come true. WWE Network is an upcoming streaming service that will provide instant access to original programming and over 1500 hours of on-demand content from across the classic WWF, WCW, and ECW libraries.

It also includes access to WWE's monthly pay-per-view events, normally about $55 each.

According to WWE.com, the network will cost $20 every two months, making it a great value for fans that regularly tune into WWE's PPV events. The service will launch on February 24, with apps available on PC, iOS, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4. Xbox One support is set to come later this summer.

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