REPORT: The NBCU-WWE deal for streaming rights to the Network in US is for $1 billion

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It was introduced on Monday morning that WWE had determined to promote the streaming rights in the US for the WWE Community to NBCU. All programming that followers are used to getting from the WWE Community will transfer to NBCU’s streaming service, Peacock, beginning on March 17th.

This deal is just for viewers in America and worldwide followers will stay paying for this programming on the WWE Community. Followers have two choices on how they watch and pay. First, followers should buy Peacock’s ‘Premium’ tier for $four.99 a month that features adverts or you should buy the ‘Premium Plus’ tier, which prices $9.99 and is commercial-free.

The Wall Road Journal is reporting that the settlement is a 5 yr deal price over $1 billion in income for WWE. Thus, it makes the deal price $200 million a yr. It must be famous that WWE has but to verify the monetary particulars of this deal.

You’ll be able to learn statements from Rick Cordella, govt vice chairman and chief income officer of Peacock, and Nick Khan, WWE president, and chief income officer, right here. 

Stephanie McMahon publicly commented on the information by writing the next on Twitter:

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