The WWE Network spent the first years of its existence using BAMTech, now known as Disney Streaming Services, to stream its content. It worked fairly well for that time too.
Now, they’ve switched to a new partner, Endeavor Streaming. That’s according to Variety, who also got a statement from Vince McMahon:
“Endeavor Streaming’s best-in-class technology enables us to offer more features, elevate the user experience and provides us even more opportunity to delight our fans around the world,” WWE chairman/CEO Vince McMahon said in a statement.
Plus, word of another partnership that will impact the Network:
WWE also Monday announced a partnership with Massive Interactive, a user-interface design firm recently acquired by Deltatre, which together with the Endeavor Streaming pact is “part of our evolving strategy to own more of the WWE Network technology stack,” WWE said in a statement.
Endeavor is a combination of its own technology and NeuLion, who has been behind UFC’s streaming service that hasn’t exactly ran the smoothest during its time.
Let’s hope the WWE Network continues to run smooth.