It’s been a long wait for DC Extended Universe fans, but today they’re finally able to catch the expected Justice League by Zack Snyder. In certain Asian markets, including Malaysia, the 3-hour, 52-minute film is made available through HBO Asia’s streaming service. HBO Go.
For our market, access to Zack Snyder’s Justice League was scheduled to open at 3:01 p.m. Malaysia. However, things went awry pretty quickly as disgruntled users began flooding the pages of HBO Asia’s social media pages and complained that they couldn’t see the movie.
Hello everyone, we are working hard to restore service. Sorry to be waiting for you, but thank you for your patience.
– HBO Asia (@HBOAsia) March 18, 2021
With credit from HBO Asia, the company has responded to its users in less than 20 minutes after technical difficulties began to haunt users. It was done through a message on HBO Asia Twitter and a Facebook page where the company said it is aware of the problem and is currently working to fix it.
At the time of posting this article, we still had a slow upload time to the HBO app and website, but we finally managed to upload the movie within 5 to 10 minutes. Your mileage may vary, but in our experience, it looks like the cause of the problem could be a surge in users jumping on the platform, something HBO should have expected given the hype surrounding Zack Snyder’s Justice League.
🚨 UPDATE🚨#ZackSnydersJusticeLeague is now available on Astro GO!
We apologize again for the delay 🙏
Now stream and enjoy! 🍿🎉🎉 https://t.co/9SrWpJRkow pic.twitter.com/t9DKAU0RFW
– Astro GO (@AstroGOmy) March 18, 2021
On the other hand, if you’ve gained access to HBO Go through your Astro subscription, you can also catch Zack Synder’s Justice League via Astro GO. While the satellite TV company at first he faced some technical difficulties , has since confirmed that customers should already be able to watch the film, which is also affectionately known as Snyder Cut through the service.