Twitch is by far one of the most popular game streaming sites at the moment. At any given point in time, you can find thousands of streams going on for your favourite games.
However, as good as the platform is, it isn’t immune to the occasional bugs and glitches. In this article, we’re talking about the 2000 Network Error on Twitch, otherwise known as Twitch Error 2000.
What causes the 2000 network error?
The error is either caused by Twitch’s servers being down or a problem with your browser. Corrupt cookies or temp files are the leading reason behind any browser problems you might be facing.
Lastly, any third-party firewalls or antivirus software can also block sites at times, triggering this error on Twitch.
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How to solve Twitch error 2000?
Here are a few solutions you can try out.
Disable antivirus and any third-party firewalls
One thing that should be on your diagnostics list is to temporarily disable your antivirus and check if you can share files through your network. If you’re using any third-party firewalls, they can also cause conflict with network communications under the pretext of keeping you safe.
Clear your browser’s data
Corrupt files in your cache or otherwise can cause this error as well. Clear them out to see if you can get Twitch to work.
Step 1: Type in chrome://settings/clearBrowserData in your browser’s address bar and hit Enter.
Step 2: Select the cache and cookies options and ensure the Time range is set to All time. Click on the Clear now button to clear out all the data.
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Reset your browser
Resetting your browser can fix all sorts of random bugs and glitches with the browser.
Step 1: Head over to chrome://settings/reset. Click on Restore settings to their original defaults.
Step 2: Chrome will show you a warning prompt. Click on Reset Settings, and your browser will reset to default settings.
Now restart your browser and try again. The Twitch error 2000 should be fixed.
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