The long awaited presentation of the “Game of Thrones” prequel saw an immense number of clients run to HBO Max, overpowering the help for some on Sunday night in the US. In excess of 3,000 blackouts were accounted for across the worldwide checking administration Downdetector at 9 p.m. in New York, similarly as “House of the Dragon” was delivered. The show is being “effectively saw” by a large number of endorsers, a delegate for Warner Bros Discovery Inc., the parent of HBO, said in a proclamation. “We’re mindful of a little piece of clients endeavoring to interface by means of Fire TV gadgets that are having issues and are currently settling for those influenced clients,” the delegate added.Amazon.com Inc., maker of the Fire TV product, said in an explanation Monday that the issue had been settled.
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