DirecTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket web site and app crashes on opening weekend
Football followers are struggling to look at the primary NFL Sunday Ticket sport of the season resulting from points with DirecTV’s web site and app. While some customers (together with myself) report seeing an error page when making an attempt to entry the Sunday Ticket website, others say they can’t even sign in.
But that’s not all — customers are reporting a variety of different points, too, with some getting locked out of the stream and receiving an error message that claims they must be located in an NFL stadium with a view to watch. To make issues even worse, those that subscribe to the NFL Plus subscription (which is separate from Sunday Ticket) say the app isn’t loading game scores.
Right now, it’s unclear what precisely’s inflicting the problems with the Sunday Ticket stream, which began a number of hours main as much as the sport and are nonetheless ongoing.
“We’re aware some customers are unable to access NFL Sunday Ticket online or through the app,” DirecTV spokesperson Alisha Laventure mentioned in a press release to The Verge. “Our teams are working to resolve this, but in the meantime, we recommend satellite customers watch on TV.”
As famous by a number of customers, points like these apparently aren’t uncommon when streaming the sport with DirecTV, which has held the rights to Sunday Ticket since 1994. These rights expire on the finish of this soccer season, and several other corporations, like Google and Apple, are reportedly wanting into securing these rights (and may hopefully present a extra dependable stream)