Latest reports suggest that a new pro-wrestling service is all set to start making announcements this coming week. According to PWInsider.com, FloSports has been talking with several top indie wrestling organisations about delivering their content to a whole new platform called FloSlam.
There is apparently a WWE connection in this case as FloSports announced that they had received about $21.2 million in new funding and WWE was revealed to be one of the biggest investors along with Discover Communications and others.
The FloSlam website advertises “unlimited access to the best professional wrestling content on the planet”, other additional features include :
* Live Streamed Competitions (Top pro wrestling events around the world)
* Archived Event Library (Every live-streamed event available on demand)
* Original Documentaries (Exclusive documentaries featuring elite pro wrestlers).
Another factor involving the WWE is the background image of the website, which features stars like John Cena and Randy Orton and includes a “People” section, making it essentially a database with the complete WWE roster along with their profiles.
FloSports was founded in 2006 and describes itself as a “direct-to-consumer, subscription-based sports media company” in Austin, Texas, that is “unlocking a world of sports coverage that true fans have been waiting for.” You can have a look at their journey here:
FluSports have been streaming a variety of other sports for a while and recently released apps for Roku and AppleTV. The scheme to access content from FloSports is through a FloPro subscription which is billed at $20 per month or $150 per year. Here is the video marking the launch of the apps for Roku and Apple TV by FloSports.
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