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A group of angry customers from the state of Oregon, U.S.A, have filed a class-action lawsuit against Showtime Network.

The group bought the Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor pay-per-view event for $99 which was promised to be 1080p high definition quality.

Instead, they got a glitchy and ‘grainy’ streaming feed which caused them to miss significant parts of the event.

The group’s attorney, Michael Fuller, went into detail about why they are suing Showtime. 

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