WWE has agreed to yet another deal, which will expose their programming to more viewers.
WWE recently announced that have came to an agreement with a French TV channel, L'Équipe, which will allow the channel to broadcast Monday Night RAW for free on television in France. Here is the official press release for that announcement:
L'ÉQUIPE AND WWE ANNOUNCE FREE-TO-AIR BROADCAST AGREEMENT IN FRANCE
PARIS, France and STAMFORD, Conn., March 2, 2018 – WWE (NYSE: WWE) and L'Équipe, the leading French free TV channel dedicated to sport, today announced a new agreement to broadcast WWE's flagship program Raw® on free-to-air television in France.
Beginning March 10, L'Équipe channel la chaine L'Équipe will air a one-hour version of Raw at 10 a.m. on Saturdays with an additional re-air on Saturday nights, all with French commentary.
"We are delighted to partner with WWE, renowned all over the world for its high-quality TV programs," said Arnaud de Courcelles, L'Équipe TV Director. "La chaine L'Équipe is happy to offer Raw to its viewers, which is a mix of spectacular sport and entertainment!"
"We are thrilled to partner with L'Équipe and expand our reach on their popular channel in France," said Michelle Wilson, WWE Co-President. "This partnership to deliver localized WWE programming allows us to provide our unique blend of action-packed, family-friendly entertainment to WWE fans throughout the country."
Raw will also be available on L'Équipe's TV Everywhere platform for authenticated subscribers, and on its 7-day VOD catchup window.
This is coming off of the heels of WWE inking a similar deal with a station in New Zealand, which allows WWE fans in the "Land Of The Long White Cloud" to view RAW & SmackDown Live for free.