According to Wrestlenomics’ Brandon Thurston, the AEW Revolution pay-per-view event drew a very strong buyrate. As we reported last week here on eWn, the event was said to have been the strongest performing pay-per-view in AEW company history.
Wrestlenomics says the show drew an estimated 125,000 PPV buys across digital and traditional PPV platforms.
The show reportedly generated just over $5 million. Much of that revenue comes from pay-per-view, ticket, and merchandise sales. With that being said, the event likely cost under $1 million to produce so they probably broke even or made a decent profit.
For those in the United States and Canada, AEW Revolution cost $50. The average price for international markets was $20 USD. The sales are split with the distributors at around 45% to the content provider.
AEW Revolution drew a paid attendance of 1,150 ticket holders. The merchandise sales estimate of the event was $22,000.