Jio Cinema app down during FIFA World Cup 2022
With the app buffering, crashing and lagging during Day-1 streaming, Jio Cinema doesn’t seem like a platform ready to take such loads. While the issue is mostly noticed while using the app on smart TVs, many users have faced the same while streaming on their mobile devices. In our independent testing, we found that streaming worked well on our smartphone, but the same could not be said for TV streaming. To make matters worse, users will not be able to stream FIFA World Cup 2022 on their laptops.
To make matters worse for fans in India, VOOT, another streaming platform that was supposed to telecast the FIFA World Cup 2022, did not live up to expectations and VOOT subscribers did not even get to watch the matches. , even after paying for the said plan.
Some frustrated users took to Twitter to show their frustration by mocking the Jio Cinema servers, which could not handle the heavy load.
Meanwhile, Jio Cinema’s official Twitter handle recently apologized for the buffering issues faced by users and promised to fix them soon. We only hope that the platform will be ready for the next match and users will enjoy their favorite sporting action without any hassle. Here is what Jio Cinema tweeted: