Months ago WWE moved all TV tapings to the Performance Center in Orlando, FL due to the coronavirus pandemic, but recently it’s been reported that the company is exploring the idea of taping upcoming TV events at the Amway Center.

PWInsider reported that WWE is considering the idea of using virtual fans for future TV broadcasts, similar to how they’re used in Major League Baseball.

Now WrestleVotes is reporting that the company plans to use a 2500 square foot LED board where fans will appear live. It’s also being said that applications to appear on screen during WWE broadcasts will open next week.

“As part of WWE’s new long term residency at the Amway Center, a new interactive experience will be introduced with over 2500 sq ft of LED boards, where fans will appear LIVE on the show, hosted by Superstars & Legends. Applications to appear on screen will open next week.”

Stay tuned for updates.

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