Netflix continues to be the fastest growing streaming platform that has proven itself best in today's society. Proof of this is its recent commitment to its own reality shows or focusing its production on multiple markets, giving opportunity to different voices across the globe. Here we have examples of its production in Korea, Türkiye, or Spain itself. Yes, his fight against the shared accounts that served as his brand image not so long ago remains controversial. But they make an effort to offer other types of content. And not just fantasy or reality, they'll also be betting on sports, thanks to the multi-million dollar agreement they just struck.
In a show that other platforms such as Disney Plus or Amazon Prime Video participated in, Netflix has managed to take the lead. From January 2025, it will be possible to watch WWE (wrestling) on the platform. They have reached an agreement worth more than five billion dollars, which stipulates that the RAW division of the sport can be watched on Netflix, in the United States, Latin America, the United Kingdom and Canada. This agreement is for 10 yearsas mentioned above Delivery timeAnd soon it will extend to other regions. A major step by the company.
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Bela Bajaria, Netflix's Chief Commercial Officer, expressed his enthusiasm for the agreement with WWE. “We are excited to have WWE RAW, with its large and passionate multi-generational fan base, on Netflix. By combining our reach with WWE's fan base, we will be able to deliver more enjoyment and value to its fans and subscribers. “RAW is the best in sports entertainment, developing great characters and narratives 52 weeks a year, and we are excited to reach this long-term agreement with WWE.”
Meanwhile, WWE Chairman Nick Khan was also excited about the multi-million dollar contract. “We believe that Netflix, as one of the biggest brands in entertainment, It is the ideal long term home for RAWwith its loyal and ever-growing fan base.”
Although there is not a huge passion for this sport in Spain, who knows if things will change with its arrival on Netflix. Many celebrities have left WWE and are now seen in major Hollywood movies: Hulk Hogan, Dwayne Johnson, Dave Bautista, John Cena, Mr. T…
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