The new WWE Network paid subscriber count

WWE’s quarterly earnings report lists the WWE Network as having 1.507 million million paid subscribers as of September 30, 2017. The number was down from the 1.568 million subscriber mark the company was at as of June 30, 2017. 1.106 million of the latest subscriber count comes from the United States, and 401,000 are international subscribers.

Powell’s POV: The latest total WWE Network count, including free promotional users, is 1.578 million, down from 1.633 million on June 30. The overall count was at 1.949 million coming out of WrestleMania. The international network subscriber count was down slightly from the last quarter, meaning there is no reason to believe there has been a big surge in India because of Jinder Mahal winning the WWE Championship. Vince McMahon and executives George Barrios and Michelle Wilson will address the third quarter numbers in a conference call this morning at 10:00 a.m. CT. Check back at that time for my live report on the conference call.



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