Dakota Kai, the NXT star has made an official announcement on social media that she will be returning to her Twitch account.
Dakota Kai to return to her Twitch account
WWE had been shutting down the Twitch accounts of the talents of the company since last month. However, Dakota Kai recently took to Twitter and announced that she will soon resume her streaming on the Twitch platform.
Dakota wrote on Twitter, “Tomorrow…(Time tba) https://twitch.tv/charliegirl”
Check out the announcement below:
— ℭ𝔥𝔞𝔯𝔩𝔦𝔢 𝔊𝔦𝔯𝔩 (@char1ie_gir1) November 8, 2020
WWE had previously informed the talents that the activities on any third-party platforms such as YouTube or Twitch must be stopped. They were also told that they cannot market themselves with the WWE names.
They were told they if it was not followed then they would face severe consequences. The company had given the time of thirty days(until October 2) to the talents to cease the activities or they would have to face punishments in terms of fines, suspensions or termination.
They were allowed to maintain both Twitch and YouTube accounts, but they have to do that with heir real names. Further, they were told that they have to inform the company about their YouTube and Twitch accounts.
Many stars including AJ Styles (Allen Neal Jones), Cesaro (Claudio Castagnoli), Mia Yim (Stephanie Bell), Zelina Vega (Thea Megan Trinidad), and Aleister Black (Tom Budgen) have stopped the activities on third-party platforms as directed.
However, WWE star Paige (Saraya-Jade Bevis) has not abided by WWE’s edict and she is continuing to stream on Twitch. She has also voiced her protest against WWE for the banning of the activities.
Now, the question arises about Dakota Kai if she is following the footsteps of Paige. But, as per the reports, it seems that the third-party edict is not implemented to the NXT stars.
Adam Cole (Austin Jenkins) streamed on Twitch recently on Nov. 4, and Tyler Breeze (Mattias Clement) hosted a live stream on Nov 5. The reason is still unknown why they are exempted from the ban compared to talents of the main roster.
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