[CES 2014] While we all know that WWE offers entertainment wrestling with some interesting scripts, there is still the excitement of seeing beefed up men as well as ladies having a go at one another, with subplots running in the background at times, too. At the Wynn Hotel and Casino earlier this evening, wrestlers including Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Steve Austin and WWE chief brand officer Stephanie McMahon has introduced a bombshell where the streaming landscape is concerned – the WWE Network will is set to be realized this coming February 24th at 11:05, with an asking price of $9.99 per month, which ain’t too much actually. For what could get you an average meal in a city, this subscription will include all of the network’s pay-per-views, WrestleMania included.
The kicker is, it will not be made available in cable subscriptions; but rather, it will simply stream on every device you own. However, one ought to take note that it will most probably not feature Raw and Smackdown as part of the deal, although old episodes will make the cut on the new network, in addition to pre- and post-show content. Making use of the digital network, would see WWE take full advantage of different revenue streams , and the apps will also allow viewers to purchase tickets to the org’s live events, gaining access to the e-store as well.