AEW Reportedly Talking With New Media Partner

AEW is currently under the Warner Bros. Discovery banner, featuring “AEW Dynamite” airing on TBS and “AEW Rampage” on TNT. AEW PPVs are streamed live on the B/R app, along with traditional cable providers in the United States. If we are to believe a new message, AEW has now held talks with a major streaming platform.

With AEW looking to expand outside of the US, the company is said to be exploring options on which platforms it can broadcast its content on. Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics reports that AEW and the top sports streaming platform DAZN have had discussions about possible media partners. Thurston noted that AEW and DAZN had discussed a possible deal for air shows in the UK, but that such a deal is yet to come. Thurston believes that talks between the two sides will continue as AEW appears to have a presence in other regions.

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DAZN has become the premier platform for major boxing events featuring megastars such as Saul “Canelo” Alvarez. DAZN is no stranger to the wrestling world either – the platform once held WWE rights in Japan. DAZN’s global presence is tempting enough for AEW to capitalize on the gains, but whether the two sides can achieve anything remains to be seen.

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This is an important moment for AEW. Of late, the company has consistently racked up over 1 million viewers a week for “Dynamite” after the All Out pay-per-view, and will try to maintain that momentum as a new broadcast deal in America looms in the not-so-distant future. future.

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