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Sport streaming trouble! Some fans do not see Bayern Gala

01:16  15 august  2020
01:16  15 august  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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Some German viewers have the beginning of the quarter-finals in the Champions League between FC Bayern and FC Barcelona ( 8: 2 ) lost.

On Twitter, fans complained that the "Sky Ticket" option was causing problems with the pay-TV provider, and the complaints were also increasing on the website allestoerungen.de. Fans can buy this option to watch a specific game without taking out a subscription or buying a season ticket.

There were some streaming problems, especially at the beginning of the broadcast, as many viewers tuned in to the game at that time. According to the picture, some fans therefore missed the first two goals by Thomas Müller (4th) and David Alaba (7th, own goal). Test

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"In view of the very high demand, there were isolated delays in log-in in the first few minutes of the FC Bayern game against Barca, exclusively in the streaming area. The streams themselves ran perfectly. The transmissions via cable and satellite were also not affected." Sky spokesman Dirk Boehm told the newspaper.

The game was played exclusively on Sky, from the semifinals onwards, in addition to the pay-TV broadcaster, the DAZN streaming service will also broadcast all games.

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