ALL IN made a big impression on the professional wrestling world. However, it was unknown exactly how many fans actually ordered the event. While we did know that around 200,000 people tuned in to watch the ALL IN kickoff show on WGN America, now we have a better idea of how many people paid to watch the pay-per-view

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that around 50,000 to 55,000 people total ordered The Elite’s pay-per-view. These numbers include both television and streaming services.

While some thought it wasn’t a good sign that the ALL IN numbers weren’t initially released, at least this is higher than the former estimate of around 20,000 pay-per-view buys.

It was also reported that the ALL IN pay-per-view brought in “the highest percentage of streaming vs television of any PPV show in US history.” This might be a nice statistic, but it might not be the best thing in a financial sense.

ALL IN was available on television pay-per-view for a much higher price tag than it was via online streaming services. The ALL IN event was also available through ROH’s Honor Club. It wasn’t specifically noted if these numbers included Honor Club statistics.

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