Glitch Techs was greenlit in 2016 and had been in development until Nickelodeon laid off a few crew members in early 2019 due to the lack of confidence in the show's popularity and it being expensive to produce, but it eventually premiered on Netflix on February 21, 2020.
Eager to level up her skills before a karate tournament, Lexi convinces Miko to fire up a video game simulator to help hone her moves.
The producers have revealed that the episodes on Netflix are not in production order after episode 3, leading to characters appearing before they are formally introduced (most notably Zahra, Haneesh and Bergy, who appear in "Castle Crawl" before they are introduced properly). They also revealed that "Adventures in Pet Training" was meant to be near the end of season one before it was split in two by Netflix.
There are references from Fanboy and Chum Chum incorporated into Glitch Techs from Eric Robles due to him being the creator of said show.
A confusion is that there are nine episodes released so far but the first episode counts as two, where Eric Robles mentioned that the first ten have been released and the other ten will be at a later time.