WWE is branching out, having previously focused mostly on the North American market for pay-per-views. WWE Elimination Chamber is next year’s most talked-about show, and fans can’t wait. The first “proper” PPV (Elimination Chamber) in Australia will take place in 2024, four years after the Super Show-Down PPV in 2018.
WWE Elimination Chamber will be held at Perth’s Optus Stadium on Saturday, February 24, 2024, making it a far more significant part of the schedule than Super Show-Down. Taking WWE events throughout the world is something fans are looking forward to.
When is WWE Elimination Chamber 2024?
On Saturday, February 24, WWE returns to Australia with WWE® Elimination Chamber: Perth at Optus Stadium. In 2024, this is the sole Premium Live Event happening anywhere in the Asia-Pacific. There is no parking at Optus Stadium on the days of important events. Spectators need to sign up for a parking place by email to reserve one.
What time is WWE Elimination Chamber 2024?
The start time for the Elimination Chamber at Optus Stadium is not confirmed yet; however, there are reports about it beginning around 5.30 pm. If it begins at 5.30 pm in Australia, that would be 6.30 am in the UK, 1.30 am ET, and 10.30 pm PT.
However, broadcast timings for the United Kingdom, the United States, and the rest of the globe have not yet been revealed. The timing is not set in stone until WWE makes a formal announcement, but last year it was set at 8 pm ET.
WWE Elimination Chamber 2024 ticket details
The WWE Elimination Chamber 2024 will be held in Perth’s Optus Stadium. Tickets are on sale to the general public beginning on Friday, November 10th, and may be purchased via Ticketmaster.
For UK travelers, there are daily flights from London to Perth. If you can’t attend the event in person, you can watch it on WWE Network.
How to watch or live stream WWE Elimination Chamber 2024
WWE Elimination Chamber will be shown live and exclusively in Australia on Foxtel and Binge. Only the Peacock streaming service offers it in the United States.
International audiences may check in live on the WWE Network. In the United Kingdom, new customers may get their first month of the premium tier for free to watch live PPVs like WWE Elimination Chamber 2024.
Logan Paul confirms role in WWE Elimination Chamber 2024
With his victory against Rey Mysterio at WWE Crown Jewel, Logan Paul established a first in WWE history: a United States championship reign that began and finished outside of the United States.
This week, Paul announced on Twitter that he would be attending the Premium Live Event down under in February. WWE also confirmed this news through their Twitter account.
In 2024, WWE will have three overseas pay-per-views. What’s the most thrilling prospect among them? Share your thoughts in the comments.