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Premier Streaming Network Set to Launch January 15th with “Premier Week”

Premier Streaming Network (PSN), the new streaming network providing viewers access to pro wrestling, combat sports and entertainment live events and libraries, traditional sporting events, documentaries and original content series, will officially kick off with “Premier Week.” Beginning on January 15th and running through January 22nd, viewers will get their first look at PSN including access to the 2022 Great Lakes Championship Wrestling’s Blizzard Brawl, The Wrestling Showcase, as well as special collections, podcast content and more. Additionally, beginning on January 15th, pay-per-view events, like The Major Pod Live 15 and the East Coast Wrestling Association’s (ECWA) Super 8 Tournament, will be available for purchase.

“We couldn’t be more excited for Premier Week and to have the opportunity for viewers to interact with the network and our ever-growing library of content and original programing,” said Paul Owen, President of Premier Streaming Network. “Making world-class technology available to promoters and creators across the globe, and building a network that is user friendly, is what PSN is all about and we are looking forward to showcasing what viewers can expect from PSN as we continue to grow.”

“Premier Week” will also see the launch of PSN’s Premier+ SVOD service. For $4.99 a month, or $49.99 a year, viewers will have full access to over 2000 hours of content including wrestling libraries from Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW), ECWA, WrestlePro, WrestlePro Alaska, Great Lakes Championship Wrestling, World 1 Wrestling, Frontline Pro Wrestling, with more events and promotions being added throughout the year. In addition, Premier+ members will see PSN original programming like ‘Spotlight Series with Josh Shernoff,’ and ‘The Wrestling Hour’ with Adam Barnard, sports shows from Chop Sports and podcasts like ‘The Undisputed Podcast with Bobby Fish,’ and ‘The Major Wrestling Figure Podcast.’

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“I’m really looking forward to viewers getting the opportunity to dive into Premier Streaming Network and see what we are all about, and what we have been building. I’m confident that fans will enjoy their experience on PSN, whether they are looking back at cataloged content or tuning into live events,” said Josh Shernoff, Vice President of Programming and Creative Development of PSN. “In a relatively short time, our team has been able to amass more than 2,000 hours of content. We’ve established relationships with promotions and worked together to curate libraries and collections featuring some of the biggest stars and greatest matches, some of which have never been seen before. It all kicks off on January 15th with Premier Week.”

Premier Streaming Network will be available on a full suite of platforms and devices including Web, iOS and Android mobile web and desktop, Chromecast, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku, and many Smart TV’s beginning in 2023.

To keep up with all the latest Premier Streaming Network announcements, including live event schedules, follow PSN on social media:

Twitter: @PremierSN

Facebook: Premier Streaming Network

Instagram: @PremierStreamingNetwork