ESPN Fantasy Football app does not work on Thanksgiving Day



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For the second time this week, one of the best fantasy football apps was not working during an NFL game. In today’s case, it was the self-proclaimed “world leader in sport” with the finger pointed at them, but the problem has since been. fixed.

The owners of Fantasy Football on the ESPN app were screaming for help earlier this afternoon as they watched the game between the Chicago Bears and the Detroit Lions. Members of the traditional app claimed that their fantastic scores were not being recorded even as the game had started.

Earlier this week, Yahoo! Fantasy Football app failed to save scores during the clash between the Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs. In this disaster, however, some fantasy owners discovered that they were in fact charged with a loss the next day because of the mistake. At least this one happened earlier this week and everything was sorted out pretty quickly.

Under a strange set of circumstances, ESPN Fantasy’s Twitter account (@ESPNFantasy) failed to acknowledge that there was something wrong with their end. Yahoo !, at least, immediately informed their customers that there was a problem.

The Twittersphere is the most ruthless place in human history. Hopefully, for the sake of these fantasy football apps, technological luck will be on their side in the future.

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