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WWE Network coming to China

World Wrestling Entertainment Inc.'s streaming service WWE Network will launch Aug. 18 in China exclusively on Chinese digital broadcaster PPTV as a subscription video-on-demand service.

PPTV subscribers can download the PPTV app to watch WWE Network content, which includes WWE live pay-per-view events like "WrestleMania" and "SummerSlam," on smart TVs, set-top boxes, mobile devices, tablets and online. Subscribers can also sign up to watch "SummerSlam" live in Mandarin on Aug. 21.

PPTV will offer WWE's major live events, documentaries, classic matches, reality shows and original series, including "NXT," "205 Live" and "Total Divas." Further, PPTV will also offer its users WWE's premium live events like "Royal Rumble" and "Survivor Series" on a pay-per-view basis.

Additionally, users can access WWE short-form content on PPTV's digital platforms.