All Elite Wrestling held AEW Revolution, an event that took place on February 29, 2020, from the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, Illinois, and has received good reviews. The last thing we know about the show is the sales figures and audience attendance, information provided by Wrestling Observer journalist Dave Meltzer.
In general, PPV sales data will exceed Full Gear, the previous All Elite Wrestling payment show that took place on November 9, 2019. “Cable vision payment numbers are not yet available, but iPPV purchases through B/R Live were 10% higher than Full Gear, and at the same level as Double Or Nothing, which would be in the range of 37,000, a strong number in iPPV purchases, “wrote Dave Meltzer in his latest newsletter.
Meltzer adds that, according to the available data, Revolution will be the second most sold iPPV, behind Double Or Nothing, of the four AEW pay-per-view events, but it is not yet official. The journalist relies on the numbers of B/R Live and FITE because the cable numbers are not yet available.
The sale of AEW Revolution on FITE TV was the highest for any AEW program to date and one of the highest of any event in the history of the platform. It is somewhat expected since FITE was the only way to see such shows in the United Kingdom and other countries in the European area, as is the case in Spain.
As for the assistance of the AEW Revolution, the show managed to sell all the tickets at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago. On the first day of the ticket sales launch, around 7,000 were sold. AEW Revolution was the second most searched event on the Internet, data provided by Google Trends, with a total of 100,000 searches. To make a comparison, WWE Super ShowDown registered 200,000 searches.