Real reason behind HBO MAX Crash on House of Dragons premiere

HBO MAX crash

House of Dragons, the show everybody was waiting for HBO Max Crash in its premiere. It is the prequel of the famous “Games of Thrones”. The show premiered on 21st of August. It is set 170 years before and is primarily about Targaryen family’s turmoil’s.

As per reports across the world it has been noted that majority of the people who are having problems are using Amazon Fire TV platform or a Fire Stick. It is also said that crash is due to a technical issue arising due to large number of people trying to see the show. HBO has released the statement that issue is coming with only number of users who are using Amazon Fire TV platform or the Fire Stick. In USA, the show is streaming only on HBO Max whereas in UK subscribers can watch this on streaming platforms like “SKY” and “NOW”.

It has been advised that this crashing effected at least 3000 users. Many of the fans have taken to platforms like Twitter and Facebook requesting the glitch to be corrected soon so that they can watch the show. This incident has also raised suspicion on Amazon as they themselves are also launching a new series “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” which is seen as potential rival for the House of the Dragons.

The Games of Thrones fans who were eagerly waiting for this prequel were left with frustration on their Sunday weekend. Everyone is hoping that the glitch is rectified as quickly as possible so that the fans can enjoy the prequel of their beloved series “Games of Thrones”. Many of the fans had blocked the past weekend to enjoy the series. It was returning after 3 years post the ending of the Games of Thrones. HBO max has had similar issues in the past as well. The show is been written by George R.R. Martin and Ryan Condal. There are a group of four directors who are directing the show -Miguel Sapochnik, Greg Yaitanes, Clare Kilner and Geeta Vasant Patel. Emma D’Arcy is playing the main role of Princess Rhaenyra in the show.

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