ESPN’s Fantasy Football App Crashes On Biggest Day Of The Year, Social Media Goes OFF
Fantasy football has gone from a simple hobby that allows friends to gather around for some extra added fun for the football season, to a big business for a $70 billion industry.
After seven long months of waiting for some real football, ESPN’s Fantasy Football app crashed and people on social media lost their damn minds because of it.
We are aware of the current technical difficulties. We apologize for the inconvenience & are working to resolve the issue ASAP.
— ESPN Fantasy Sports (@ESPNFantasy) September 11, 2016
That wasn’t enough, as users of the app took to Twitter to complain:
— Justin Hardie (@OrangeHardie) September 11, 2016
@ESPNFantasy Not like it’s a game day or anything… Oh. Wait.
— Ryan Parker (@TheRyanParker) September 11, 2016
— Richard Vetstein (@richardvetstein) September 11, 2016
@ESPNFantasy you had one job.
— The Fat White Guy (@TheFatWhiteGuy) September 11, 2016
@ESPNFantasy switching to yahoo
— Kyle Steinberg (@ksteinberg29) September 11, 2016
— Rich Hansen (@JustRichHansen) September 11, 2016
@ESPNFantasy fix your shit
— Connor (@McCartyConnor) September 11, 2016
@ESPNFantasy you had SEVEN MONTHS.
— Adam Wright (@BlueOsprey) September 11, 2016
ESPN had one job… Don’t fuck up the fantasy app. One job.
First day of the season, it’s fucked.
— Kyle Chandler (@GagePierson) September 11, 2016
ESPN Fantasy football app not working got me like pic.twitter.com/mS0FXKa4ge
— Kodie (@Kodielt) September 11, 2016
— Scotty Does Know (@Scottymednick) September 11, 2016
All ESPN fantasy football owners today pic.twitter.com/k9iKzOjnEQ
— Truittt ⚽️ (@TruittLaneee) September 11, 2016