Twitter users rage as ESPN’s Fantasy Football service drops out

It took the organization several hours to get its app and site back online, during which users slammed the service—and its trustworthiness.

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The problem came Sunday, as both ESPN’s Fantasy Football app and website crashed, blocking users from accessing their teams, players, scores and stats.

“Taking away live stats and up-to-the-minute scores from fantasy players is like taking oxygen away from the average person,” reported.

Fantasy football players turned to Twitter to snarkily express their frustration:

ESPN fantasy football app crashed 5 minutes into the season. So that’s good.

— Zachary Swiecicki (@zachswies) September 11, 2016

So…the #ESPN Fantasy App is STILL down. #NFLSunday

— 120 Sports (@120Sports) September 11, 2016

The guy operating @ESPNFantasy servers right now

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