Creative Ventures Inc., the parent company of Pro Wrestling Tees filed a trademark last month for the term “Shoot”, which will allow wrestlers to create personalized video messages, similar to the popular Cameo service.
Pro Wrestling Tees sent an update to t-shirt store owners revealing the service will be launching next month, allowing fans to purchase personalized video messages. The service will be integrated into existing t-shirt stores on the website.
The company will also integrate auction style product listings to sell memorabilia, allowing fans to bid on merchandise.
We have some new things in the works in the next month including a video messaging service called SHOOT, where fans can buy video messages from you integrated into your t-shirt store. Plus an auction style product where you can sell your own signed memorabilia or other merchandise on your store and allow fans to bid on the products. We will reach out with instructions on how to activate the services on your store once we launch soon. Thanks for everything!
A number of WWE wrestlers recently left Pro Wrestling Tees, likely due to an edict from Vince McMahon barring talent from engaging in third party activities.
WWE recently asked talent to sign agreements allowing the company to manage their Cameo accounts, with the company making a percentage from the revenue generated.
All Elite Wrestling currently has a merchandise agreement with Pro Wrestling Tees, who host the ShopAEW.com online store on their platform. It’s unknown if the new ‘Shoot’ video messaging service will serve as an exclusive place for AEW talent to provide personalized video messages for fans.
AEW stars currently are active on the Cameo service.