WWE Elimination Chamber is an annual pay-per-view event produced by WWE. The event is centered around the Elimination Chamber match, a multi-competitor match with wrestlers competing inside a large steel structure with several chambers. The first Elimination Chamber event was held in 2010 and was exclusive to WWE’s Raw brand.
Since then, the event has been held on both Raw and SmackDown brands. The winner of the Elimination Chamber match earns a championship match at WrestleMania or another future WWE pay-per-view event. Along with the main event, the card typically features other high-profile matches, adding to the excitement and drama of the event.
How to watch WWE Elimination Chamber
There are several ways to watch WWE Premium Live Events, such as the Elimination Chamber:
Peacock: WWE is on Peacock, which offers live streaming of all pay-per-view events, as well as access to a vast library of WWE content, including past pay-per-view events.
Cable or satellite providers: Many cable and satellite providers offer WWE pay-per-view events for purchase. You can check with your provider to see if they offer this option.
Streaming services: Some streaming services, such as Hulu Live TV and Sling TV, offer WWE pay-per-view events as part of their subscription packages.
International broadcasts: WWE pay-per-view events are broadcast on various international channels, depending on the region. You can check with your local television provider to see if they offer the event.
Live events: WWE pay-per-view events are also held live in arenas around the world, so you can attend in person if you’re able to.