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WWE Announces This Year’s Survivor Series Will Feature WarGames Matches

— WWE announced today that this year’s Survivor Series will feature the WarGames concept:

For Immediate Release




2022 Premium Live Event Rebranded to WWE Survivor Series WarGames

Set for Saturday, November 26 at TD Garden in Boston


STAMFORD, Conn., September 19, 2022 – WWE® (NYSE: WWE) today announced that Survivor Series will feature both men’s and women’s WarGames matches. The Premium Live Event – branded WWE Survivor Series WarGames – will take place on Saturday, November 26 from TD Garden in Boston.

This marks the first time in history that WarGames matches will take place on a WWE-branded event.

The men’s and women’s Survivor Series WarGames matches will feature teams of WWE Superstars stepping inside a massive steel cage surrounding two rings.  The match begins with one member from each team facing off, before additional competitors are added every few minutes thereafter. Once all Superstars have entered WarGames, a victory can be attained via pinfall or submission.

Tickets for Survivor Series WarGames are currently on sale through Ticketmaster and the event will stream live exclusively on Peacock in the United States and WWE Network everywhere else.  Additional information regarding Survivor Series WarGames will be announced in the coming weeks.

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