Who is a Class Member
The UFC Mayweather-McGregor Pay-Per-View Class Action Settlement includes”all consumers who, from a United States address, purchased the online streaming of the August 26, 2017 boxing matches featuring Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor for viewing on UFC.TV, the UFC mobile application, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Microsoft Xbox, Roku, or on LG or Samsung devices.”
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- $25 – $99.99
The amount of your payout will depend on what Tier you are qualified for:
Tier 1: If you purchased the Event and attempted to log on to watch the Event, but could not watch any portion of the “Preliminary Bouts”* because of streaming disruption, but you were able to watch the entire “Main Bout” without disruption, your payout will be $25.00.
Tier 2: If you purchased the Event and attempted to log on to watch the Event, but you were unable to watch up to five minutes of the “Main Bout” because of streaming disruption, but were able to watch the remainder of the “Main Bout” without disruption, your payout will be $50.00.
Tier 3: If you purchased the Event and attempted to log on to watch the Event, but you were unable to watch more than five minutes of the “Main Bout” because of streaming disruption, your payout will be $99.99.
Proof of Purchase
- You will need to provide the email address associated with the account that you used to purchase the Event. Additionally, if you purchased the Event to watch on a Microsoft Xbox, you will need to provide your “Xbox gamertag.” If you did not purchase the Event from UFC and did not link your account to UFC.TV, you will need to provide the IP address you used to stream the Event.
UFC Mayweather-McGregor Pay-Per-View Settlement Notes
- Park, et al. v. Zuffa LLC d/b/a Ultimate Fighting Championship and UFC, et al.
- Case No. 2:17-cv-02282-APG-VCF
- Pending in the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada
Plaintiff Cameron Park brought this class action lawsuit against the UFC when he and other consumers were not able to watch the highly publicized UFC Mayweather-McGregor Pay-Per-View event due to technical difficulties and streaming issues. Additionally, four other class action lawsuits were filed against UFC and all were consolidated in Nevada federal court.
The August 26, 2016 UFC Mayweather-McGregor Pay-Per-View fight was an exciting sporting event that millions of sports fans paid to see. However, many Class members who purchased the PPV Fight from via UFC, UFC.com, UFC.tv, the UFC app, or other platforms operated by UFC for $99.95, were not able to actually watch the complete fight because of technical difficulties and insufficient bandwidth and downloading problems.
This left many paying customers frustrated because they did not receive what they paid for, seeing only blank T.V. screens for large portions of the fight.
UFC denies any liability or wrongdoing and say Class members are not entitled to any relief, other than for settlement purposes. Complete details about the case and settlement can be found on the UFC Mayweather-McGregor Pay-Per-View Settlement website.
Class members who wish to exclude themselves or object to the UFC Mayweather-McGregor Pay-Per-View settlement must do so by June 8, 2018. Class members who wish to receive a payout from the settlement must submit their claim form on or before August 20, 2018.
- 8/20/18: Claim Form Deadline
- 6/8/18 Objection or Exclusion Deadline
- 7/20/18: Final Hearing at 9:00 a.m. PT* (class members do not need to attend this hearing in order to receive a slice of the settlement pie).
*Settlement Class Members who wish to speak at the hearing should check www.UFCPPVSettlement.com to confirm that the date or time of the Hearing has not been changed.
- Mail: UFC PPV Settlement, c/o Angeion Group, 1801 Market Street, Suite 660, Philadelphia, PA 19103
- Phone: 1-855-786-3978
- Email: UFCPPV@AdministratorClassAction.com
- Hart Robinovitch and Caleb Marker of Zimmerman Reed LLP
- Bonner Walsh of Walsh PLLC
- Timothy J. Peter of Faruqi & Faruqi LLP
- Aaron M. Olsen of Haeggquist & Eck LLP
- Eric A. LaGuardia of LaGaurdia Law
- Drew Ferrandini of Seven Hill Law APC