By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
WWE issued the following email warning to fans that WWE Network will not be available on several platforms beginning May 21.
Our goal is always to provide you with the best possible viewing experience on WWE Network. Unfortunately, several device manufacturers have stopped updating the operating system of older products, which may impact your ability to stream high-quality video. As such, the WWE Network app will no longer be available on the devices listed below starting May 21, 2019:
• Amazon Fire Tablets
• Apple TV – 3rd Generation and earlier models
• LG – 2016 and earlier models
• PlayStation 3
• Samsung – 2016 and earlier models
• Samsung and Sony Blu-Ray Players
• Sony – non Android TVs
• Windows 10 Desktop
• Xbox 360
You can stream WWE Network on many other supported devices. For a full list, please visit WWE Network Support.
Powell’s POV: Ouch. That’s tough news for fans who use those platforms to view WWE Network. Fortunately, you’ll still be able to get through WWE Money in the Bank on May 19.
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