Indian Football Fans Criticized Jio Cinema app over Buffering World Cup Live Stream


The Indian football fans were not happy after they experience buffering during the FIFA World Cup 2022 first game between Ecuador and Qatar on the Jio Cinema app. Jio Cinema has apologised after the views complained about the poor quality of its broadcast of the first match of 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Reliance Jio has won the rights to livestream the mega sporting event in India, and the company has made the stream available for free on its flagship Jio Cinema app, and also on its website. But unhappy fans complained that its poor quality has ruined their experience of the World Cup 2022.

As the first game between Qatar and Ecuador started, several viewers said that they have faced lags in the livestream, and Ecuador have won the match 2-0.

Jio Cinema, which is owned by Mukesh Ambani, an Indian billionaire, was very quick to apologise to viewers for the inconvenience its app had caused and also asked viewers to upgrade their apps for a better experience.

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Jio Cinema tweeted that, they are continuously working to give the viewers a great experience, and the users should upgrade the app to the latest versions for enjoying the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, and apologies for the inconvenience cause.

But the viewers were still facing the issues with the broadcast throughout the game between Qatar and Ecuador.