YouTube struggling to get back online after global outage

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However, the YouTube support team took to their Twitter to restore a bit of faith in the service users that they were fixing the issue.

Google's YouTube TV streaming service went down during the crucial England v Croatia match, leaving many without access to the stream.

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While YouTube outages are rare enough to cause a significant stir like Tuesday night's outage did, YouTube TV experienced a similar service disruption over the summer. For Google's rivals, YouTube's outage was like manna from Heaven. In addition, visiting produced a blank screen with only the YouTube logo displayed. However, as YouTube still towers over sites like Vimeo, Dailymotion or Twitch, seeing it breakdown gave the internet a panic attack. YOUTUBE has stopped working, with millions of people around the world unable to access content on the popular video-sharing site. "We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and will keep you updated". "If you continue to experience issues, please let us know", tweeted Team You Tube. YOUTUBE is back up and running after suffering a major global outage. YouTube servers went down at around 4 am in Kampala. As of now, service has been restored, bringing the saga to an end. YouTube remained inaccessible for over 30 minutes, and enraged users flocked to social media to vent out their anger and frustration. Previously, YouTube went down in April during World-cup but that was only for a short span of time as compared to this one. After fixing the issue the company tweeted, "We're back!"