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Monday, April 22, 2019

Game of Thrones second episode on Amazon is uploaded early by Technical Error

Game of Thrones second episode on Amazon is uploaded early by Technical Error - rictasblog

The latest episode of Game of Thrones was uploaded to Amazon early due to an "error", the company has said.

The second portion of the eighth and last arrangement shouldn't be communicated until Sunday evening.
In any case, some Amazon Prime individuals had the capacity to watch it a few hours before that.

"We regret that for a short time Amazon customers in Germany were able to access episode two of season eight of Game of Thrones," an Amazon spokesman said.

"This was an error and has been rectified."

It might have been brought down not long after it was transferred, yet it was sufficiently long for some fans to see the entire scene.
Game of Thrones second episode on Amazon is uploaded early by Technical Error - rictasblog

Thus, screengrabs and plot subtleties began seeming on the web before the official communicate - which prompted fans agonizing over incidentally going over spoilers (which we obviously won't post here).
In any case, a lot of individuals had a ton of fun with the hole.
US artist Mariah Carey proposed that she was going to post a few "major Game of Thrones spoilers" on Twitter... prior to proceeding to transfer an image of herself on the Iron Throne.

Game of Thrones second episode on Amazon is uploaded early by Technical Error - rictasblog

This is the second week straight that Game of Thrones has seemed online early. 


A week ago's dispatch scene was made accessible to DirecTV Now clients four hours early.
A spokesman for AT&T, which owns the service, said: "Apparently our system was as excited as we are for Game of Thrones tonight and gave a few DirecTV Now customers early access to the episode by mistake."

"When we became aware of the error, we immediately fixed it and we look forward to tuning in this evening."

Writing in Forbes, Paul Tassi said: "HBO has to be tearing their hair out that this keeps happening, but this show is so popular and there are so many of these markets to manage, it does almost seem inevitable that something will go wrong."

"At least we're not dealing with people flat-out stealing episodes like we saw in a breach a few years ago, but this is not great either."

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