Roblox stock rose 1% in premarket trading on Monday, a day after the business restored service after a three-day outage.

According to a corporate statement, the interruption was not caused by external malicious activity, lowering the chance of data breaches among its user base, which is predominantly made up of children.Is Roblox down? Why the gaming platform isn't working today with thousands  of users reporting login problems

Around Thursday afternoon, Roblox, an online platform that allows users to play and create games, began having problems.

Roblox stated the outage was not caused by a spike in external traffic or a specific experience, dismissing reports that a traffic spike was caused by a Halloween promotion event in cooperation with Chipotle.

The company said in a statement that "a critical system in our infrastructure became overwhelmed, driven by a small issue in our backend service communications while under tremendous pressure." "An increase in the number of servers in our datacenters triggered the breakdown."

Roblox has stated that it will compensate the game makers who contribute to the success of its service. If its creator community incurred financial losses as a result of the outage, it promised to "make its creator community economically whole."