Campaign India Team
Feb 17, 2023

Disney+ Hotstar servers down during India-Australia Test

Cricket fanatics create an uproar on Twitter, while the OTT platform sites unforeseen technical issues

Disney+ Hotstar servers down during India-Australia Test
The servers of Disney+ Hotstar's website and app which is currently broadcasting the IND vs AUS test series, have been inaccessible for the last four hours.
 
This is the first day of the second test match of IND Vs AUS and users reported that the site and app was unavailable mid-match. 
 
Some viewers have also expressed issues with regard to logging into their accounts on social media. 
 
Users also claimed that the reason for the servers being down is the non-renewal of the platform's website domain.
The twitterati created an uproar as they were unable to view the match online. 
 
Disney+ Hotstar addressed netizens about the concern by citing unforeseen technical issues, and ensuring that it is working on geting the platform up and running soon. 
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