My Twitch Stream Keeps Disconnecting; How to Fix
Twitch.tv is the market leader of live streaming video platform focused on video gaming, eSports competitions and creative content. Hundreds of millions of people watch every day the most exciting gaming broadcasts and given its nature, Twitch is hungry for bandwidth and reliability from the users’ Internet connection, especially if you’re streaming (broadcasting) on Twitch with OBS or any other solution.
Every day people are complaining about Twitch buffering and streaming disconnects on social media and if you’re reading this article, you’re probably having similar issues with Twitch losing connection, getting dropped from Twitch servers.
Read below to see a quick and easy fix for a completely smooth Twitch.tv gaming experience without dealing with streaming disconnects
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Why Does My Twitch Stream Disconnect When Broadcasting or Watching?
First of all, we will exclude any software conflicts in this between Twitch and the software you’re using to broadcast the stream. As mentioned above, when broadcasting or watching Twitch streams, your computer requires a good amount of bandwidth from your Internet connection to work properly, so when determining why your Twitch.tv is dropping out, you should look at your Internet connection.
It might be that your Internet connection is too slow and doesn’t have enough bandwidth for streaming from Twitch, or that the connection is flaky and experiencing excessive “packet loss.” What’s worse, is that both of these issues are often amplified when you are on the move (e.g. watching Twitch.tv streams when traveling) since mobile devices can not easily transition between different Wi-Fi networks or cell towers without interrupting apps and dropping streams.
Regardless of the root cause, by default any device, whether it’s a computer, laptop, iPhone, Android smartphone is designed to only use one Internet connection at a time, despite the fact that they are often connected to more than one connection – e.g. in the case of mobile phones: Wi-Fi and mobile data. But, what if you could use ALL connections for their combined speed and reliability?
Speedify Fixes Twitch Stream Disconnects With Fast and Reliable Internet
Speedify is a secure no-log VPN for mobility service that changes the way your mobile device connects to the Internet. Instead of just using one connection, Speedify allows your device to connect to the Internet over all available connections simultaneously. This instantly increases your connection bandwidth and reliability and provides a better and uninterrupted Twitch streaming experience so you won’t experience the slightest “hiccup” (buffering) or disconnect issues.
Speedify also monitors the quality of your Internet connections. When it detects that a signal is weak or that the network is too slow, it will automatically and seamlessly reroute the data through the other working connections. Best of all, when the other connection is back online and reliable, it begins using it again – automatically and in the background. Say goodbye to Twitch streams buffering or dropping out on you!
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Speedify can bond any combination of 2 or more Internet connections and will intelligently distribute your online traffic between them for optimal performance.
In the majority of cases, Speedify will automatically detect and start using any Internet connections available to your device - but if you need help we have quick start guides available for most common set ups.
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Secure Your Twitch Streaming Further with Speedify
In addition to delivering a faster Internet experience to your PC, laptop or smartphone, Speedify uses cutting-edge technology to quickly encrypt all the data sent to and from your device. Speedify keeps you safe from compromised Wi-Fi networks, snooping ISPs, and other threats and was designed to have zero impact on your devices battery life, which is essential when you are on the move. It is also smart enough to try and send as much data as possible through non-metered connections (Wi-Fi, Ethernet) instead of over more expensive mobile data connections – saving you from potential overage fees from your carrier!
SOLVED: Twitch Streaming Disconnecting
Using Speedify you will have the peace of mind that whenever you’re going to broadcast or watch some Twitch gaming action you will not be disconnected, whether you’re at home, in the office or on the train in the middle of the desert. Get started with Speedify now for FREE – no strings attached no email sign-up necessary!