WWE Superstar Gaming Series Wrestlers, Date, Time & SGS Live Stream
WWE has a lot of wrestling competitors, but what makes WWE stand above the rest is their zeal to bring something new and extra for the brand. This time WWE is coming up with Superstar gaming series.
Here are the details on WWE Superstar Gaming Series wrestlers, dates and time. Check how you can watch WWE superstar Gaming Series live stream online.
What Is WWE Superstar Gaming Series
WWE Superstar Gaming Series also called SGS, is basically a game streaming series where multiple WWE superstars will play different games against celebrities and eSports stars.
The first episode of SGS will be live on Tuesday 29th December at 8 pm ET. For Indian fans, the first episode of SGS will be live on 30th December at 6:30 am.
WWE Superstar Gaming Series Wrestlers
The series will feature the likes of Ronda Rousey, The Miz, Liv Morgan, Adam Cole, Tyler Breeze, Shayna Baszler, and Jessamyn Duke. And the opponents or the celebrities will feature FaZe Adapt, Nick Eh 30, Lele Pons, Wale.
The host for the show will be Greg Miller of “Kinda Funny Games” alongside Xavier Woods who has been very successful in his stint with ‘UpUpDownDown’.
The WWE wrestlers will be lining up against the celebrities for 2 games in the first episode as the games are Among Us “Holiday Sus-Fest” and a WWE 2K Battlegrounds “Holiday Throwdown.”
How to Watch SGS Live Stream
The live stream for the episodes will air on both WWE social media platforms as well as the free version of the WWE Network. Hence any WWE fan around the world can watch the WWE superstar Gaming Series live stream by tuning to WWE’s social media platform or registering to the WWE network for free.
The timing for the WWE superstar Gaming Series on 29th December is as follows.
- Best of UpUpDownDown 2022 Marathon – 3 p.m. / 1:30 am (India)
- WWE Superstar Gaming Series – 8 p.m. ET / 6:30 am (India)
Another reason for WWE to try out this venture is to prevent their wrestlers to use third-party apps for live streaming of games. In fact, WWE has prohibited players to use apps such as Twitch, and youtube for live streaming of games. The only exception is players are allowed to use Twitch or youtube but under their actual name.
However, this rule was met with much criticism and controversy from within the company and even led to a firing. Former WWE superstar Zelina Vega was fired from her contract as she was extremely vocal about her twitch account.