Disney and WWE Strike Together To Bring WWE Network to Indonesia

Disney and WWE Strike Together To Bring WWE Network to Indonesia ...

The Walt Disney Co. is acquiring the company's business.

In Indonesia, the sports entertainment company and the media giant announced a deal to introduce the WWE Network to the Disney+ Hotstar service.

The multi-year agreement will be included in the standard tier of service, as well as the company's pay-per-view events like Wrestlemania and its library content.

As both companies grapple with ever-changing streaming challenges, the agreement sheds light on its strategic strategy.

The WWE has agreed to a content agreement with Fox in Latin America, which Disney had inherited.

The Peacock deal also provides a solid content partnership with a fourth major entertainment group. WWE programming airs on NBCU's USA Network and on Fox Corp.'s Fox network. It has also a partnership with Netflix, where it has created an interactive horror project, and an upcoming series about Vince McMahon

Disney + Hotstar is essentially combining Disney+ and sports content in one app, unlike in the United States, when Disney splits its content between Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+.

Hulu's plan to stream WWE Raw and Smackdown is coming up at the end of this year, according to a source.

The Walt Disney Company has long been the gold standard in creating iconic intellectual property that serves as the backbone of international business growth, said Khan in a statement. We will offer WWE Network content including Wrestlemania on a best-in-class platform to our existing fans in Indonesia while expanding its reach internationally.

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