Last week, Google’s YouTube TV suffered an hour-long outage while it was airing a soccer World Cup match between Croatia and England, disappointing scores of subscribers in the process. It even led some to question whether it’s possible for any company to handle live streaming such a major event. We’re watching the FIFA on YouTube TV and it’s completely down. If Google can’t keep it online in a surge like this, nobody can. https://t.co/Jeed9kZY5b — ⚡️ Owen (@ow) July 11, 2018 The truth is that while live streaming high-definition video to large audiences can be incredibly challenging, others have risen…

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