If you’re looking to spend your lunch watching your favorite broadcast team game,Then there’s the You might need to alter your plans. Twitch is currently having an issue that prevents parts of the platform, such as channels, from loading properly. Please contact me downdetectorThe outage started at 1 p.m. ET. The site has received more than 21,000 complaints about the streaming platform not working properly since then.
1:24 p.m. ET, Twitch Acknowledge the blackout. The official support account for Twitch stated on Twitter that they were investigating a problem that prevented multiple regions from loading. Twitch announced that it was working on a solution less than an hours later.
🔧We are actively fixing issues that affect multiple domains on Twitch. We appreciate your patience.
– Twitch support via TwitchSupport January 3, 2023
Although it is not clear what caused the problem, an Engadget team member pointed out that they could still watch the stream as long they did not refresh their browser. Some Twitch streamers moved to Discord to allow members of their chat to talk to one another. This article will be updated as soon as Twitch releases more information.
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