4 Ways to Fix AdBlock Not Working On Twitch

Updating your AdBlock Extension should help you overcome this problem


Twitch is a popular social media site for watching endless streams and playing games, and if you are an active user of this platform, you should have noticed that getting rid of adverts has become quite frustrating as it seems like your installed Adblock is not working on Twitch.

If you are experiencing this, you are not alone as many other Windows users have complained about this issue. A common cause for this error is an outdated adblock extension. However, regardless of the cause of the problem, we will go over some effective steps to fix this problem.

1. Update Adblock Extension

The most common cause for this error is an outdated Adblock extension, so we recommend updating your extension first to resolve this problem. To do this, follow the steps below.

  1. Launch Google Chrome and input the command below in the Address bar.
    AdBlock Not Working on Twitch
  2. Enable the Developer mode toggle at the top-right corner of your screen.
    AdBlock Not Working on Twitch
  3. Next, click the Update option.
  4. Lastly, restart your browser and see if the error persists.

2. Use another Adblocker Extension

If the aforementioned technique fails, you can look for a better plugin to block ads. Find an Adblock addon by going to the Chrome web store. You can also alternate between extensions until you find one that suits your needs. One of the greatest add-ons for blocking ads is uBlock Origin.

3. Modify Adblock Settings

On Twitch, some Adblock addons permit specific adverts to prompt. By adjusting a few variables, you can modify this option. To achieve this, follow the steps below.

  1. Launch Google Chrome and paste the command below in the address bar.
  2. Write Enable network logging to file in the search bar and set it to Disabled.
  3. Finally, restart Chrome and see if the problem has been fixed.

4. Use a VPN

Setting the location to a different nation and using a VPN have both been successful for some users. Some nations are not at all prompted with adverts on Twitch, so using a VPN to log into their server should help resolve this error. Countries like Russia, Ukraine, Serbia, and Mexico are among them.

If you need suggestions on the best VPNs available, check out this guide, where we discuss the best free VPN for Live Streaming.

Wrapping Up

This is as much as we can discuss about the various troubleshooting techniques to take if Adblock is not working on Twitch. Ensure to follow the steps exactly as outlined to get a positive outcome. If you need further guidance, talk to us via the comment section below.

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