UFC Mayweather-McGregor Pay-Per-View Class Action Settlement
Settlement Deadline: August 29, 2018

A settlement has been reached in the UFC streaming technical difficulty class action lawsuit that alleged a technical difficulty with the streaming service caused millions of fans to miss parts of “The Money Fight,” a well-publicized match between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor, that occurred on Aug. 26, 2017.

Class Members include “All persons who, from a United States address, purchased access to stream the Event for viewing as a consumer on UFC.TV, the UFC mobile application, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Microsoft Xbox, Roku, or on LG or Samsung devices.”

$25 – $99.99

“Tier 1 – Entitled to recover $25.00: If you purchased the Event and attempted to log on to watch the Event, but you were unable to watch any portion of the ‘Preliminary Bouts’* because of streaming disruption, but you were able to watch the entire ‘Main Bout’** without disruption, you may recover $25.00.

Tier 2 – Entitled to recover $50.00: If you purchased the Event and attempted to log on to watch the Event, but you were unable to watch up to five (5) minutes of the ‘Main Bout’ because of streaming disruption, but you were able to watch the remainder of the ‘Main Bout’ without disruption, you may recover $50.00.

Tier 3 – Entitled to recover $99.99: If you purchased the Event and attempted to log on to watch the Event, but you were unable to watch more than five (5) minutes of the ‘Main Bout’ because of streaming disruption, you may recover $99.99.”

Additionally, viewers who incurred out-of-pocket expenses may may receive one to three months of free access to UFC Fight Pass or $5 in cash for reimbursement of expenses.

August 29, 2018