WWE Reveals Three Scenarios For Network Subscribers, Net Revenue & Operating Income

Published On 03/10/2014 | By PWMania.com Staff | News

WWE’ corporate website posted a new investor presentation for March 2014 this weekend. The presentation looks at three scenarios with WWE Network subscribers, net revenue and operating income before depreciation and amortization (OIBDA) in the United States:

* 1 million subscribers – $115,000,000 – break-event
* 2 million subscribers – $225,000,000 – $50,000,000
* 3 million subscribers – $350,000,000 – $150,000,000

Here is the same scenario for the international Network launch:

* 250,000 subscribers – $25,000,000 – break-even
* 750,000 subscribers – $75,000,000 – $70,000,000
* 1,500,000 subscribers – $140,000,000 – $85,000,000

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  • chris

    2 million subscribers will be tough to get …even though reports suggest they got about 250,000 -300,000 subcribers the first week ,that can be just free trial sign ups..the numbers for the week after the free trail will be interesting to see…but 2 million without a major cable corp backing them will be tough in my opinion..

    • Latoya

      I just wanna see if they reach 1 million. It’s good to have goal, but you gotta know when your overreaching, especially if their still having glitches.