TNA partners with Endeavor Streaming, relaunching TNA+ in January

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TNA Wrestling has struck a deal with Endeavor Streaming to distribute the rebranded TNA+ streaming platform.

Along with the rebranding of the entire company to TNA, the promotion’s streaming platform will change from IMPACT Plus to TNA+ beginning January 5 and has entered into a multi-year agreement with Endeavor Streaming.

From the press release:

As part of a multi-year deal, Endeavor Streaming will power the new TNA+ app to deliver an enhanced user experience to all fans across the top streaming platforms, as well as mobile and connected devices.

This partnership combines TNA’s expertise as a top professional wrestling promoter with Endeavor Streaming’s unparalleled knowledge in delivering innovative direct-to-consumer offerings, marketing tools, analytics, and predictive modeling. TNA+ will leverage Endeavor’s experience working with the world’s biggest sports organizations to scale TNA+’s business operations and further grow its fan base and digital revenues.

The updated TNA+ will have two available tiers. The “Special Attraction” tier will be available for $9.99 per month or $95.99 per year with access to the TNA library, all TNA+ special events but not the four tent-pole pay-per-views (Hard to Kill, Rebellion, Slammiversary & Bound for Glory). The “World Championship” is priced at $219.99 per year and includes the four tent-pole pay-per-views.

The app will be available through the TNA website, iOS, tvOS, and Android mobile apps, along with Android TV, Fire TV, and Roku.

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