Revamped Plans Unveiled: Changes in Store for Impact Wrestling Streaming Service

Revamped Plans Unveiled: Changes in Store for Impact Wrestling Streaming Service

Impact Wrestling will soon be transformed into TNA Wrestling, and the promotion also made the changes they will make to their streaming system. The promotion has also revealed the fact that its Impact Plus streaming platform will become known under the name TNA+, and the new streaming service will be more expensive than it was before.

The monthly subscription that had a price of $7.99 is now $9.99 for the year, and annual prices have gone up by $71.99 to $95.99 per year. Impact has announced that its newly launched TNA+ subscription will include access to the entirety of the TNA+ library, and subscribers can also enjoy Bound For Glory, Slammiversary, Hard To Kill, and Rebellion pay-per-views. The transition to Impact Plus to TNA+ will begin on the 14th of December 2023.

Impact Wrestling will be reverting to its original brand name of TNA this year, during the Hard to Kill pay-per-view on 13 January 2024. This transition will happen 8 years since the organization took on its Impact Wrestling name. The reason that was cited for the decision to return back to its TNA name was due to the fact that an extensive portion of the audience continues to connect Impact as a TNA name. In addition, the choice was believed to be due to it being the case that the show saw its highest levels under the TNA name.

After the season’s Hard to Kill pay-per-view, the newly rebranded TNA Wrestling will hold the Snake Eyes TV tapings, that will feature two NJPW’s most prominent superstars, Will Ospreay and Kazuchika Okada.

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