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How to Cancel Rooster Teeth Manually

Unsubscribe by following these steps:

Cancel FIRST Membership - Subscribing through RoosterTeeth.com

  1. Log into your account and go to Your Billing Page located in your settings.
  2. Click “Change Plan”
  3. Click “Cancel Plan”
  4. A new window will pop up confirming that you wish to cancel.
  5. Once you confirm your cancellation, we’d like to know why. Give us your reason and click “Next” where you’re able to further leave your comments for us if you wish.
  6. Once you click “Next” you’ll receive a confirmation that your subscription has been cancelled as well as the date that your FIRST membership perks will run out.

Cancel FIRST Membership - Subscribing through Google Play

If you are currently a paying FIRST member through Google Play on your Android device, thank you! To cancel your subscription please read their Step by Step Guide on how to do it!

Cancel FIRST Membership - Subscribing through iOS

If you are currently a paying FIRST member through the Apple Store on your iOS device, thank you! To cancel your subscription please read their Step by Step Guide on how to do it!

Cancel FIRST Membership - Subscribing through PayPal

Log on to your PayPal account and search for Recurring Payments. If you don’t see your RT membership listed, or don’t have a PayPal account, open a ticket at FIRSTsupport@roosterteeth.com

Email accounthelp@roosterteeth.com and ask them to cancel your account.
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