ESPN Didn't Expect This Many People To Stream U.S.-Germany

If WatchESPN crapped out on you during today's World Cup matches, you weren't alone. ESPN wasn't prepared to handle the deluge of online support for the U.S.

Re/code got a brief statement from ESPN:

First half peaked at more than 1.4 million peak concurrent viewers on WatchESPN, a record. Investigating some limited issues due to unprecedented demand.

That number eventually increased to 1.5 million. For the USMNT's next match, here are some non-ESPN streaming options.

[Re/code]