AEW President Tony Khan has provided an update on plans for AEW’s streaming future, discussing his hopes for the AEW content library.
While AEW has now had over 200 episodes of Dynamite, the promotion still has no home for historical archived content in the United States.
Speaking with CNBC, Tony Khan shared an update on prospects for the promotion’s streaming home, noting that Warner Bros Discovery have streaming rights for AEW content.
Hoping for AEW to end up on the Max streaming service, Khan said:
“We haven’t even tapped into the biggest source of streaming revenues yet. Warner Brothers Discovery, our amazing media partner who we’ve been with since the very beginning, they have the exclusive streaming rights and we’ve built an amazing library now with over 200 episodes of Wednesday night Dynamite, over 100 episodes of Friday night Rampage and now we have 10 episodes of Saturday night Collision and over 20 massive ppvs, it all makes for hundreds of great hours (of content).
“Potentially, we could land, I would love on Max, that would be an amazing thing. Max is certainly my favorite streaming platform and the streaming platform of my bosses at Warner Brothers Discovery, the people who carry AEW in US, India, and in many great territories.
“I believe that together, we can come up with something special. I would love to land on Max, home of all my favorite shows.”
Tony Khan has also discussed the success of AEW All In ticket sales ahead of the August 27 event.
Khan shared an update on the gate figure for this event, which you can read more about right here.
More than 80k tickets have been sold for Sunday's AEW All In rumble at Wembley Stadium. CEO Tony Khan has big plans to capitalize on that success from streaming to video games. And find out which streaming platform is his favorite.@willkoulouris @tonykhan #AEWdynamite #FulhamFC pic.twitter.com/BMJ3DJuCSk— CNBC's Street Signs (@StreetSignsCNBC) August 22, 2023
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