Thanks to the latest issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, we now have an updated pay-per-view buy number for All Elite Wrestling’s debut show.
The updated estimates have the show coming in at 38,000 traditional pay-per-view buys through television carriers in the United States. When thrown alongside international buys and streaming services such as B/R Live and FITE, then it goes up to 108,000 overall. That’s a great number for a company just starting out.
As far as Fyter Fest go, which was free to watch in the United States as long as viewers signed up for a B/R Live account, there were 350,000 unique logins that watched the show. There’s no word on international viewership, as it was a paid show elsewhere, but that’s considered a big win for Turner internally.