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If HBO Max needed assistance with streaming "House of the Dragon,"

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the customer service account for HBO Max asked. Meet my hand with yours, left.

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On Sunday night, HBO Max's customer service account on Twitter proactively responded in what looks to be an automatic manner.

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to inquire if watching the world premiere of "House of the Dragon" required any technical assistance from the main @hbomax account.

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About an hour after the "Game of Thrones" prequel series' 9 p.m. ET launch, the @hbomax account tweeted,

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Less than 30 minutes later, @HBOMaxHelp responded with a kind but plainly pre-written message: "Hello, we want to assist.

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The meta discussion took place when a relatively tiny number of HBO Max subscribers on Sunday night complained about difficulties using the streamer.

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The number of users experiencing issues with HBO Max peaked at 3,784 on Sunday night, according to service monitoring website Downdetector.

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