Flipps issued the following:
Flipps Turns Up The Summer Heat in Wrestling By Adding Two Top-Tier Pay-Per-View Events for Live Streaming from Mobile to TV
— Ring of Honor: Best in the World ’15 will stream LIVE in HD from New York City, Friday June 19th 9:00pm ET
— TNA Slammiversary ’15 will stream LIVE in HD worldwide on the Flipps app, Sunday June 28th 8:00pm ET
SAN FRANCISCO, June 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Flipps delighted wrestling fans today by announcing that it has partnered with IMPACT WRESTLING and Ring of Honor Wrestling to live stream two major summer events on mobile phones and connected TVs globally – Ring of Honor: Best in the World and Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Slammiversary.
The Flipps mobile app is the easiest way to discover and project amazing entertainment onto a TV using only a smartphone. Wrestling fans are now able to order both events directly from the mobile app and purchase the pay-per-view programs via the iTunes App Store or Google Play Store.
TNA Entertainment, home of IMPACT WRESTLING, celebrates the company’s 13th anniversary at Sound Stage 20 at Universal Studios Florida® with an epic three-hour summer showdown – Slammiversary, starting June 28th at 8:00pm ET. This will be TNA Wrestling’s first major pay per view event since last year’s Bound For Glory emanating from Japan. TNA Wrestling fans in the U.S., Canada, Australia, Germany and New Zealand will be able to watch TNA Slammiversary live or on demand Sunday, June 28 with Flipps. Join an incredible slate of TNA Superstars including Kurt Angle, EC3, Taryn Terrell, The Rising, The BDC, Matt & Jeff, The Hardys, and millions of fans around the world for one unforgettable night in sport.
Belt vs. Belt – Jay Lethal vs. Jay Briscoe, it’s Ring of Honor’s Best in the World ’15 LIVE from New York City on Pay Per View, Friday June 19th at 9:00pm ET. American professional wrestling promotion, Ring of Honor, has entered into an exciting license agreement with Flipps to deliver the full Best in the World ’15 broadcast on the Flipps app worldwide, expanding the global reach for ROH to millions of connected TVs and mobile devices beyond traditional PPV carriers such as Comcast, Charter, Time Warner, Directv and Dish Network.