PP Sports and World Wrestling Entertainment have signed a multi-year engagement. The newly-singed deal extends the partnership for weekly live WWE programming across China.

In a press statement, WWE said that in addition to airing the weekly raw and SamckDown shows, the Chinese Sports Network will continue to offer WWE Network as a subscription video-on-demand service. PP Sports, one of China’s biggest sports steaming services, will also put WWE content on its co-managed sports channels on Youku and Migu, increasing the reach of WWE Programming in China.

Dongmao Ge, deputy general manager of sports channel said, “As the exclusive digital partner of WWE in China, our channel  has delivered more than 300 episodes WWE programming over the past three years. We have seen tremendous growth of WWE fans in China, and excited to extend this partnership.”


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