Built-in Windows 10 / Xbox Game Bar broadcasting not working

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    Built-in Windows 10 / Xbox Game Bar broadcasting not working

    I've used many hours to get the native Windows 10 / Xbox Game Bar to start broadcasting on Mixer to no avail. Whatever I do, I get the same error message: "Something went wrong. Try broadcasting again later."

    Before I got to this point, I wasn't even able to get the "sign in" buttons working in Xbox Game Bar's settings. Luckily, I was able to fix the issue by downloading the Xbox app from Microsoft Store. After that I was able to use the buttons and sign in to Mixer using Xbox Game Bar. I wonder, are there more dependencies I might be missing?

    Any ideas?
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    Troubleshoot Xbox Game Bar on Windows 10 | Windows 10 Games
    FIX: Windows 10 Game bar not opening

    Make sure that you allow it to run in the background under “Allow Apps to run in Background”.
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