It’s a big day for Ring Of Honor who has relaunched its website as well as the Honor Club streaming service, as the company continues to grow.
The official website for Ring Of Honor, www.ROHWrestling.com, which can be found here, has relaunched this morning with its streaming service, HonorClub along with it.
The service will boast the following details, taking Ring Of Honor to the next level:
-Live Streaming & VOD:
Ring Of Honor will be live streaming ROH On Tour events, with live events being available anytime as part of the VOD library. This will also include full access to the ROH TV Archive which includes historical events, interviews and more, allowing fans to learn about the history of the company.
Standard Memberships will include a 50% discount on ROH’s major Pay Per Views when bought digitally, however, an Annual VIP Membership will include all Pay Per Views for FREE!
A membership with HonorClub will also include exclusive access to ROH event ticket pre-sales as well as 15% of all ROH branded products in addition to other existing discounts or sales. The popular ROH Forum will also be returning, exclusively for HonorClub members.
-Price & Ringside Membership Rollover
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Ringside Members will automatically become HonorClub members until their subscription expires. When that happens, previous members can decide what they want to do moving forward.
There will be both monthly and annual options for the Stranded Membership, with fans picking from either a monthly $9.99 or a discounted $99.99 for the full year. There will also be an annual VIP membership for £119.99 and this includes free access to all ROH PPV’s.
Initially, HonorClub will be available on a computer or personal devices through ROHWrestling.com. It will also be available via the new ROH App on Android and iOS as well as channels on Roku, Apple TV, and Andriod TV.
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