WWE Action Now On Internet Streaming Pay–Per–View

Following the recent announcement of the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) about live internet streaming of 30th WrestleMania that The Inquisitr covered, the company has announced the timings.

Mr. McMahon and his company, World Wrestling Entertainment, have positioned themselves on the cutting edge of Internet television with the WWE Network, a new subscription-only streaming video service. WWE Network has definitely changed the game for the better with more exposure and fans all around the word. The WWE Entertainment, launched in February this year is truly a game–changer for the spectator sport that was once available only on cable and satellite television, reports NY Times.

The biggest event for the WWE Network, is going to be streamed live tomorrow on April 6th. The eagerly awaited 30th WrestleMania event that is going to be held at the Superdome in New Orleans, will be watched on multiple television screens and Computer monitors across the globe. Additionally, the company has confirmed optimization of the signals to be broadcast even to mobile screens.

WWE Network has dedicated apps for the iOS as well as Android smartphones that feature pre–buffering and smart bandwidth management to offer lag–free streaming experience. The 30th WrestleMania promises to be a mega event that will see all–time favorites Hulk Hogan, The Rock, John Cena, etc. battling each other. However, the biggest fight that will surely get the most eye–balls is free-for-all between The Miz, Goldust, Cody Rhodes, Heath Slater, Drew McIntyre, Jinder Mahal, Sheamus, Christian, Titus O’Neil, Big Show, Damien Sandow, Big E, THE BIG GUY, Curtis Axel, Fandango, Dolph Ziggler, Alberto Del Rio, and Mark Henry.

The Pay–Per–View (PPV) costs $9.99 with a minimum six–month commitment: For $9.99 per month (with a six-month commitment) wrestling fans can get WWE Network and watch ‘hours upon hours’ of content streaming through a number of different devices, reports blreacherreport.

That includes live pay-per-views such as WrestleMania 30. The devices that will support the live streaming include Apple TV, Kindle Fire, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Roku, Xbox 360, Android devices and iOS devices. If any of the dedicated channels or platforms don’t appear to be working, fans can simply fire–up their favorite web–browser and stream via WWE.com website.

The pre–show streaming is incidentally free beginning at 5 p.m. ET and lasting for 2 hours, after which the PPV kicks–in. The internet streaming event is the first for WWE Network. Let the Games begin.

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