WWE will bring fans the ThunderDome this Friday beginning with SmackDown. For the first time since March, fans will be able to experience WWE live in the arena via a virtual video board.
Sign-ups for SmackDown have already reached capacity, but more sign-ups for SummerSlam and Raw are expected to open shortly. WWE put out the following rules for those who will participate in the ThunderDome virtual fan experience:
- No sharing the link with anyone else.
- Be respectful.
- No smoking.
- No making any political statements or endorsements.
- No being offensive or violent.
- No disparaging WWE or its talent/sponsors.
- No promoting third-party brands.
“No one in your household should be using your internet connection for other streaming purposes during your participation (e.g. streaming services like Twitch, Netflix, YouTube etc.) We reserve the right to terminate or refuse participation in the WWE ThunderDome if we determine, in our sole discretion, that the video or audio connection to the WWE ThunderDome is unclear or unstable.”
Fans can learn more about the ThunderDome, which is part of WWE's two-month residency at the Amway Center, by clicking here.