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Viewers lament Super Bowl video lags. Can streaming really handle big scale live events?

Livestreaming is not what these services were built for. And especially when millions of people are watching at once, that puts pressure on their technical infrastructure, says Eric Sorensen with Parks Associates

“You know, when you think about bandwidth and bit-rate and acquiring enough data to provide a livestream,” it’s actually kind of a miracle there aren’t more disruptions, said Sorensen

From the article, "Viewers lament Super Bowl video lags. Can streaming really handle big scale live events?" by Savannah Maher

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