The WWE Network app has arrived on PS3, PS4, and Xbox 360 consoles, the professional wrestling company has announced.
The subscription-based service, revealed back in January, packs access to over a thousand hours of on-demand video content across WWE's lifetime. Along with classic WWE/WWF match-ups, archives include WCW and ECW events as well.
The app also launched on iOS, Android, Kindle Fire and Roku today. A subscription runs $9.99 a month, regardless of price, and note that there's a six-month minimum commitment to take into consideration.
WWE's on-demand app is expected to land on Xbox One sometime in the summer.
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