Fix "attribcache_no_gateway" error in StarCraft 2

StarCraft 2 gamers are currently experiencing “attribcache_no_gateway” error after playing successful 2v2 games.
Some were able to encounter the error message after someone dropped from 2v2 games being played, or it pops up when players try to find a match.

The error appears both on Mac and Windows clients, and seems like this is a first time encounter with this particular error message. However, one user suggested at Battle.net forum that the problem can be fixed by just going into user’s folder, the app data, battle.net, and deleting the cache folder and the index file. The problem is said to be a corrupt cache issue.

In Vista or Windows 7 users can go to:
C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Blizzard Entertainment\Battle.net\Cache

To navigate to it, users have to turn show hidden files, or just paste the above in the address bar replacing with Windows username.

Deleting “C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Blizzard Entertainment\Battle.net\index” will also fix the problem according to one user.

The fix above seems to really work. Just let us know your thoughts below…

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