WWE Network invades local market, gives Pinoy wrestling fans 24/7 access to pay-per-views
The likes of Brock Lesnar and the Undertaker can now be access 24/7 by Filipino wrestling fans following the introduction of the WWE Network to local market starting on Tuesday.

THE WWE Network is expanding its reach by making it available to the Philippines.

The World Wrestling Entertainment, on its website, announced that WWE Network will be available to local market starting on Tuesday.

The WWE Network gives its subscribers 24/7 access to 12 of its pay-per-views including Wrestlemania, original programming, and a video-on-demand service that includes pay-per-view, Raw, and Smackdown re-runs at $9.99 per month.

The WWE Network stream service, which is accessible through desktops, laptops, and mobile device, will also be available in Thailand.

“WWE is committed to the global growth of our brand. We are thrilled to offer WWE Network to our fans in Thailand and Philippines in time for our biggest event of the year, WrestleMania,” said WWE chief strategy and financial officer George Barrios in a statement.

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