The WWE Network, a service that streams its programming on a pay-per-view basis, has faced a slew of legal battles.
One of those cases is currently before the Federal Communications Commission.
The network was created by Vince McMahon and Eric Bischoff in 2009 as a subscription service for WWE Network subscribers.
The service allows users to watch their favorite WWE programming on their television sets or computers through the WWE Network app, which is available on Apple and Android devices.
But it also has its own online video games, a product called The Game.
The game has been controversial in recent months, with fans questioning whether it is appropriate for children and teens to play it.
In a letter last week, FCC chairman Ajit Pai argued that it’s the responsibility of games makers to address the issue, and he has asked companies to address issues such as parental controls and parental control warnings.
The FCC is now taking a closer look at The Game, as well.
The agency said it has issued an order asking companies to create a policy that will require players to turn on parental controls, a feature that is supposed to help parents manage their children’s behavior online.