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Amazon Server Outage Takes Down PUBG, Disney and More

Amazon Server Outage Takes Down PUBG, Disney+, and More

An Amazon S3 outage caused havoc on the internet Thursday, taking down the likes of Fortnite, PUBG, and even the official Fortnite Twitter account. The Amazon S3 outage started at roughly 2:30 PM ET, and it lasted into the night. S3 is like a giant hard drive that stores data for companies like Netflix and Slack, so when it’s down, that can cause a big mess.
Although Amazon’s problem was not related to the outage, the ecommerce giant did not escape the issues. The company’s S3 service, which is used to power its website and other web services, suffered a “high error rate” starting around 2:30 PM ET. This resulted in the service being unavailable for several hours. Users reported that they were unable to access sites and apps that rely on the S3 service, such as Slack, Quora, and FourSquare.
A recent Amazon cloud server outage has taken down numerous EA games and apps including League of Legends, PUBG, and Valorant. The original outage was caused by issues pertaining to Application Programming Interface with consoles getting affected because the impacted Amazon server in the Eastern US houses the global landing page for Xbox accounts.
During a recent Amazon cloud server outage, League of Legends and PUBG were among countless services, products, and games that were unavailable for an undisclosed amount of time. Among the many things that have been affected by today’s Amazon outage are League of Legends

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