WWE Network launch gets behind during a 11th hour (update)
November 4, 2014 - WWE
While wrestling fans in 170 countries have been means to suffer WWE’s standalone streaming use for a series of months, UK addicts have been watchful to be tagged in. The launch of a WWE Network was reportedly behind due to discussions over TV rights, though those issues have presumably been settled, permitting Brits to get in on a movement from 8pm tonight. Users will be means to tide on a web, iOS and Android for giveaway this month, with support for Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox One and Xbox 360 nearing on Nov 18th. Once a hearing is up, you’ll be charged $9.99 (£6.25) per month — a same volume as US members, suggesting a association will let your bank work out what we compensate regulating a stream sell rate.
Update: WWE Network has strike another roadblock in a UK. The association didn’t explain because a launch was pushed behind and refrained from giving a new timeframe for a premiere. Sorry wrestling fans, it seems you’ll only have to wait a small longer.
The launch of WWE Network in a U.K. has been behind until serve notice.
– WWE UK (@WWEUK) November 3, 2014