Wrestling Inc. As announced exclusively on Thursday, WWE controls Twitch accounts of talents In four weeks. This includes the ability to have accounts under their real names. WWE owns those accounts, although Talent receives a percentage of revenue, which is calculated against their negative guarantees.
WWE also has the ability identification deals to convert their cameo accounts. Below are some key points of the contract sent to Talent:
* Talent confirms that WWE is their recognized representative
* Recognizes Cameo’s ability to make all payments and any other compensation to WWE
* Cameo will not be turned into a party in any dispute between Talent and WWE
* Authentication can be revoked at any time only if the account is canceled.
As previously announced, Vince McMahon has issued a decree advising talent that it can no longer engage with third parties. The company later clarified the order, saying that Talent Twitch and YouTube accounts can be maintained under their real names, however they must report those accounts to the company. As of this writing, WWE only takes ownership of Twitch and Cameo accounts.
As mentioned, McMahon sent an e-mail to Talent this week reminding them that they are still up to date to sever any unauthorized business relationships with third parties. It is noteworthy that the ability to fail to comply may be penalized, suspended or suspended.