No one likes errors. Errors are annoying occurrences that plague many things online and you never know when you’re going to get one, and when you do, it’s just not fun. Twitch is a massive platform that encompasses many users and different features, so it’s only natural that it’s going to come up with an error or two.

Most errors on Twitch are very simple and you can expect an easy fix for a majority of them. One of those errors is error 7000, which is among the most common errors you can quickly fix, and we’re here to tell you all about it and how to fix it!

What Is Twitch Error 7000?

This error occurs when you try to access geographically restricted content, and it’s followed by the message: “This Premium Content Is Not Available In Your Region”. This means that you live somewhere that has certain restrictions on premium Twitch content, but it’s not too hard to fix. We’re now going to explain the best ways to avoid getting the error and fix it.

How To Fix Twitch Error 7000

Since this error is tied to your geographical location, it’s fairly simple to troubleshoot the issue and get around it. The methods we’re going to mention can easily be applied to most issues when it comes to geographical content blocks.


VPNs are a fantastic way of getting around common restrictions on many apps, including Twitch. Error 7000 can easily be fixed by simply changing the region that Twitch associates your account with. Most VPN services are very straightforward with the very same steps, so we’re going to give you a rough overview using steps from one of the best VPNs around – Nord VPN. Here’s what you have to do:

  1. Download the VPN to the device you’re trying to use for Twitch
  2. Open the VPN
  3. Create your account
  4. Click on Connect
  5. Select the most appropriate region that’s near to you

That’s all you have to do! Hopefully, now the error should be gone. If not, check out the next solution.

Restart Your Device

Sometimes you have to rely on one of the most reliable solutions for anything on the Internet – simply turning it off and on again. While it’s not 100% sure that this will fix the error, it’s still a valid way of trying to fix it!

Check The Twitch Server Status

Faulty servers and maintenance are also common reasons for error 7000 occurring, so if you encounter one, you should also try checking Twitch’s server status. Here’s how to do that:

  1. Open your browser
  2. Go to this site
  3. Check all of the relevant parameters to see if they are active or not

Everything you need to know about Twitch and its servers is a click away and this is one of the quickest solutions for this problem. If that didn’t work out, move to the next solution.

Re-log Into Twitch

This is similar to restarting your device, except you’re supposed to log out of your Twitch account and log back in. This is very likely to fix your error since the status and activity of your account can play a role in the occurrence of errors. If you’re new to the platform, here’s how to do that:

  1. Click on your profile at the top-right corner of the screen
  1. Click on the Log Out button

And that’s it, you’re now logged out of Twitch! All you have to do is to click on the top-right of the screen again and log back in. At this point, your error should be resolved.

Wrapping Up

One of these methods should have fixed error 7000, if not, it might just be a random problem on Twitch that should be resolved in a few days. We know that errors are always annoying and hard to deal with, but we sincerely hope that we’re resolved your issue and that your questions have been answered.

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