WWE Conference Call Highlights: Survivor Series, Hell in a Cell & Battleground Buy Rates, Network Hopes, Network Subscriber Data to Be Released, More

Nick Paglino

battleground buy rates​WWE hopes to end the year with 1 million subscribers. When asked about a a ballpark figure for the payout for the Network, they said approximately $12 million.

WWE thinks that the company can reach 2-3 million subscribers in the United States.

WWE will give the first Network Subscriber update on April 7th, the day after WrestleMania XXX.

The buzz on on Social Media and the wide distribution of the WWE App (over 10 million downloads).

WWE also expects to launch the Network outside of the US by the end of 2014, or early next year.

Additionally, WWE released the following 2013 PPV data:

The Survivor Series PPV back in November took in 177,000 buys, which is down from the previous year's 208,000 buys.

The Hell in a Cell PPV back in October took in a strong 228,000 buys, which is up from the previous year's 199,000 buys.

The debut Battleground PPV, however, which also took place back in October, drew a very poor 114,000 buys. This is one of the worst PPV buyrates in WWE history.

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