WWE Network stopping support for many older devices starting May 21

The WWE Network app will be removed from several streaming devices including older gaming consoles, televisions, and set-top devices.

Starting on May 21, the app will no longer be available on Amazon Fire tablets, third generation Apple TV, 2016 and earlier LG and Samsung televisions, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Samsung and Sony Blu-Ray players, non-Android Sony televisions, and Windows 10 desktop.

With WWE soon launching version 2.0 of the Network, the company will be dropping support for older devices. The service remains available on many devices and gaming consoles but just like most services, you will be needing to upgrade your device if you have previously watched the Network on any of the listed electronics.

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