WWE wants to know what their fans think about the product. This goes to help them know how to craft things so they can achieve the most success. The coronavirus pandemic took away Axess and many other meet and greet events, but the company isn’t giving up on that idea.
The WWE Fan Council recently sent out a survey to participants where they asked some interesting questions. They also wanted to know which Superstars fans want to see less and more of.
The survey also took a dive into finances. They asked fans what dollar amount they would be comfortable with paying to meet one of their favorite Superstars.
WWE is considering opening their own service like Cameo, or possibly signing a team deal with the personalized video message company. This meet and greet pricing could have been influenced by the company’s desire to branch out into that virtual market.
The need for virtual meet and greets has also become essential with the COVID-19 pandemic. The company ran virtual meet and greets prior to SummerSlam for $125 each.