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OwnerThe Walt Disney Company (80%)
Hearst Communications (20%)
ParentESPN Inc.

ESPN PPV is the banner for pay-per-view events that ESPN broadcasts, including the out-of-market sports packages ESPN GamePlan (College Football, 150 extra games per year) and ESPN Full Court (College Basketball, 30 extra games per week), which merged in to ESPN College Extra in 2015 and possible Top Rank PPV fights from 2019[1]. The network was originally launched in 1999 as ESPN Extra [1] and was renamed ESPN PPV in 2001 [2].

Most ESPN PPV games are also available on select regional sports networks and local broadcast stations as part of the ESPN Plus package and ESPN3.

In 21 April 2019, ESPN PPV aired the boxing fight between the American Terence Crawford and British Amir Khan for the WBO Welterweight title.[2]

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  1. ^ "Crawford vs. Khan: How to watch the fight on ESPN PPV". 2019-04-16. Retrieved 2019-05-17.
  2. ^ "Bob Arum: Crawford-Khan Is A Splendid Pay-Per-View Event". Retrieved 2019-05-17.

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