As WWE Network celebrates its fifth birthday, check out some fun facts and figures about the award-winning streaming service first launched on Feb. 24, 2014.
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- WWE Network has been streaming WWE content continuously for 60 months. That's 261 weeks, more than 43,000 hours and more that 2.5 million minutes
- Footage from more than 10 promotions is available on demand, including WWE, WCW, ECW, AWA, NWA, GWF, Mid-South, Smoky Mountain, Mid-Atlantic and WCCW (plus more Hidden Gems)
- You can watch more than 10,000 hours of video on demand anywhere, anytime, on any device
- If you were to watch every video on WWE Network, uninterrupted, it would take you about 18 months
- WWE Network has aired live, in-ring programming from six countries, including the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, Canada, Saudi Arabia and Australia
- WWE Network is available in more than 180 nations, spanning all six continents
- More than 300 Superstars have competed in a live match on WWE Network, and thousands more are featured in on-demand content spanning multiple decades
- Seth Rollins has competed live on WWE Network 63 times — more than any other Superstar
- The longest match that aired live on WWE Network was the 2018 Greatest Royal Rumble Match, which lasted 77 minutes and was won by Braun Strowman
- More than 550 live programs have aired since launch, including pre-shows, 205 Live, NXT TakeOvers, traditional pay-per-views and many exclusive special events
- Since WWE Network launched, 10 championships have been introduced in WWE, including the Universal, Raw Women’s, SmackDown Women’s, SmackDown Tag Team, Cruiserweight, United Kingdom, NXT North American, NXT UK Women’s, NXT UK Tag Team and Women’s Tag Team Championships