Park, et al. v. Zuffa, LLC, d/b/a Ultimate Fighting Championship and UFC, et al.

United States District Court,
District of Nevada

Case No. 17-cv-02282-APG-VCF (D. Nev.)

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:

If you are a Settlement Class Member, and you were not able to watch some or all of the PPV of the Event due to streaming disruption, you are eligible to receive a one-time cash payment in an amount ranging from $25 up to $99.00 depending on how much of the Event you attest that you were unable to watch due to such disruption (described immediately below).

If you have not received a refund of the purchase price you paid for the Event, you are eligible for the single highest Tier below of relief for which you qualify:

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.

* "Preliminary Bout" means the boxing matches held on August 26, 2017 that preceded the "Main Bout" as part of the Event.

** "Main Bout" means the boxing match held on August 26, 2017 between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor. The Main Bout also includes the introductions, national anthem, and entrances of Mayweather Jr. and McGregor.

As your Claim Form must be submitted under penalty of perjury, please be sure to answer accurately. You are advised that Defendants will be comparing claims with available internal access logs, to verify Settlement Class Members’ viewing history of the Event.

Additionally, if you had out-of-pocket expenses, you are eligible for one to three months of free access to UFC Fight Pass or $5.00 in cash reimbursement for expenses (i.e., food and drink purchased for the Event) depending on the amount expended. Those Settlement Class Members making a claim for three months of free access to UFC Fight Pass or $5.00 will need to provide proof of their expenses, consisting of either documentation such as copies of receipts or credit/debit card statements, or a sworn, notarized statement detailing such expenses.

All Settlement Class Members will be required to provide the email address associated with the account that they 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."

Those Class Members who did not purchase the Event from UFC (i.e., from UFC.TV or the UFC mobile application), and who otherwise did not link their account to UFC.TV, will also be required to provide the Internet Protocol ("IP") address they used to stream the Event, if making a claim in Tier 2 or 3. Alternatively, they may provide a narrative explanation describing why they cannot provide the IP address that was used to stream the Event. If you complete the Claim Form online while connected to the same network used to stream the Event, the Claims Administrator will capture your IP address automatically and you will not have to manually provide your IP address. Otherwise, you will need to manually provide your IP address.

Please gather the required documentation (described above) prior to filing your online Claim Form.


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