WWE Signs Streaming Deal With Endeavor And Design Firm Massive Interactive

Endeavor Streaming announced that they have struck a deal with WWE.

WWE had previously been working with BAMTech, now called Disney Streaming Services, to host the WWE Network since its launch in 2014. WWE's deal with Disney Streaming Services expired at the end of 2018.

The company also announced that they have partnered with Massive Interactive, a user-interface design firm.

The news was first reported by Variety.

“Endeavor Streaming’s best-in-class technology enables us to offer more features, elevate the user experience and provides us even more opportunity to delight our fans around the world,” said Vince McMahon in a statement. The statement continued, saying the new deal is “part of our evolving strategy to own more of the WWE Network technology stack."

Endeavor Streaming was formed in combination with NeuLion, which Endeavor acquired last year. Endeavor is also the parent company of UFC. Their streaming clients include the NFL, NBA, Euroleague, Univision, Sportsnet, Sky Sports, MSG, National Geographic, and Big Ten Network along with UFC.TV and UFC Fight Pass.

The company also announced that they have partnered with U.K.’s BT Sport Box Office service and OSN, an entertainment network serving the Middle East and North Africa.

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