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For the second time in three days, Bally Sports suffered technical issues Wednesday that knocked out service to many users across the U.S.

The company confirmed the outage on its BallySportsHelp X/Twitter account.

“Bally Sports is currently experiencing a streaming outage across many of our regions,” the company tweeted. “We know every moment matters. The Bally Sports operations team is working quickly to identify and fix the issue. We will update you when service has been restored.”

The company sent another tweet about half an hour after the first notification, noting “we’re working diligently to fix it.”

As with Monday’s outage, cable and satellite users are not being affected by the outage, only those signing into the app and streaming.

On Tuesday, Bally Sports tweeted an apology for the previous day’s outage, saying the issue had been resolved.

“Last night our tech partner experienced an outage that prohibited Bally Sports app & website users from streaming their games,” the tweet read. “We want to assure our viewers the issue is resolved. We know many of you were unable to watch your teams and we truly apologize for the inconvenience.”

Outages happen, but they’re supposed to be extremely rare, certainly not something that happens every other day. Fans were understandably upset on X/Twitter.

These tech issues couldn’t come at a worse time for Bally Sports. Diamond Sports Group, which operates 19 Bally Sports regional networks, is in bankruptcy. Those networks hold the broadcast rights for around three dozen MLB, NBA and NHL teams.

[Bally Sports]

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