In "NFL Fails to Intercept Game Pass Lawsuit Over Super Bowl LIV" (November 8, 2021, Sportico), the Sportico article discusses Judge Engelmayer's decision to deny the motion to dismiss in a lawsuit filed by Pollock Cohen on behalf of fans in the U.S. and abroad who were watching the livestream. he NFL's Game Pass livestream crashed multiple times during the 2020 Super Bowl between San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs. The viewers, some of the most loyal fans despite their distance to the spectacle, had to miss the final three minutes when the teams were apart by only one score.
Pollock Cohen has filed a class action lawsuit to hold NFL accountable for its inept streaming of the most important match of the season and bring appropriate compensation to the fans whose excitements for the biggest game were soon replaced by deep disappointment.
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NFL Fails to Intercept Game Pass Lawsuit Over Super Bowl LIV | Sportico