Multiple WWE superstars are suspending their Twitch streams for the time being.
AJ Styles took to his Discord server and posted that he will be suspending his Twitch channel as WWE is making changes regarding streaming. He said that they will "see what the future holds" but that it isn't goodbye. He reiterated that it isn't the end of the stream, just a pause.
You can view a screenshot of his post in the media below.
AJ Styles' Twitch and Mixer accounts have been "suspended" pic.twitter.com/XH3hH8n8OS— Fightful Wrestling (@FightfulWrestle) October 29, 2020
Mia Yim took to her social media and announced she is also suspending her Twitch stream for the time being.
Sorry guys, no more stream for the time being. Thank you for making these past few difficult months manageable. It’s not goodbye, it’s see you later. -- https://t.co/9XHbOikGLL— The HBIC (@MiaYim) October 29, 2020
During his livestream on Thursday, Cesaro signed off by saying that he doesn't know when he'll stream again and he'll likely find out more news when the rest of us do.
Aleister Black and Zelina Vega also commented, saying they don't know what's going on with Twitch, but Thursday would be the last one for awhile. They also said they expected to find out more on Friday when there is a meeting with WWE officials.
WWE has cracked down on talent engaging on third-party platforms in recent months. Vince McMahon sent an email to talent in October that stipulated that WWE would be taking control of accounts at the end of the month. You can view the email by clicking here.