FloSports launching online streaming for pro wrestling

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FloSports is expected to reveal details soon regarding their move into streaming pro wrestling events. The Austin, Texas based company announced in August that they had secured $21.2 million in funding from multiple companies, including WWE. The subscription based streaming service currently broadcasts a number of different sports, and their newest category of Floslam.TV offers subscriptions for live streamed pro wrestling events, an archived event library, and lists original documentaries as coming soon.

Powell’s POV: The pricing options listed are $20 per month or an annual subscription of $150 (bringing the price down to an average of $12.50 per month). WWE invested in FloSports, but the early word is that WWE has no control over content of the streaming service, which would seem to serve as competition for WWE Network. There are plenty of rumors regarding which groups are aligned with FloSports, but nothing has been officially announced, though details are expected soon. FloSports recently announced the launch of apps on Roku and Apple TV earlier this month.



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