Report: WWE Having Talent Turn Over Their Cameo Accounts

First it was Twitch, and now...

Raj Giri of Wrestling Inc reported on Thursday that WWE was taking control of its talents' Twitch accounts over roughly the next month, and now, it appears Cameo is next on the docket.

Giri put out a new report Friday, claiming that WWE is having its talents sign over their Cameo accounts to the company.

Giri listed the following points in his report, which were reportedly listed in the agreement sent to talent:

* Talent affirm that WWE is their authorized representative

* Talent authorize Cameo to make all payments and any other compensations to WWE

* Cameo will not be made a party in any dispute between the talent and WWE

* The authorization can be cancelled at any time only if the account is cancelled.

In early September, WWE issued a notice to talents that they could no longer engage with third-party outlets. An e-mail sent to talents earlier this week by Vince McMahon reminded them that they had until Friday, October 2, to sever any relationships they had with such outlets. Talents in non-compliance of this order would be subject to fines, suspension, or termination.

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