WWE's Network Subscriber Count

WWE's Network Subscriber Count, by Greg Tingle - October 2017

WWE's Q3 2017 results reveal a 4% increase in subscriptions.

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WWE have released their latest set of financials, including a significant update on their latest Network aka 'over the top' subscription count.

As per the report, subscribers increased to an average of 1.52 million over 2017's third quarter. This can be broken down to 1.11 million U.S. and 400,000 international, and represents a 4% increase on their Quarter 3 2016 numbers.

The total count has dipped from the previous quarter, with WWE reporting 1.63 million paid subscribers back in July. This shouldn't be surprising, though: WrestleMania falls within Q2, and the numbers always spike as viewers sign up for the showcase event, giving the average figure a lift.

The firm, as per usual, have failed to provide a breakdown of free vs. paid subscribers, but given how liberal they are in offering free access periods to lapsed customers, it's probably a safe bet to assume that the true subscription count is considerably higher.

WWE's previous breakdown came in their post-WrestleMania 33 conference call, when they reported 1.959 million total subscribers, with 1.661 million of those paid.

WWE expect the paid subscription count to fall to 1.47 million in Q4, and project an average of 1.53 million for the full year, representing an 8% growth on 2016.


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