WWE announced yesterday that they would be offering their WWE Network for free during this time of COVID-19 quarantine. However, it appears that fans in Saudi Arabia will be unable to take advantage of that offer, as the network is temporarily unavailable to those in the Middle East.

WWE revealed this themselves on Twitter. They writes, "Hi! Thank you for reaching out. Our sincerest apologies for the inconvenience. WWE Network will not be available in Saudi Arabia until further notice."

WWE's last stint in Saudi Arabia was the February 27th Super ShowDown pay per view which saw Brock Lesnar squash Ricochet in just under two-minutes, and The Undertaker win the Tuwaiq Trophy after surprising AJ Styles. WWE has still yet to secure a new television deal in Saudi Arabia despite their partnership with the Saudi government that extends to 2027.