While normally customers would just head to a competitor when a service goes down, ESPN’s fantasy players are essentially locked into the platform all season since they’ve already drafted teams and joined season-long leagues.
He's only scored over 18 points twice, and one of those times was 18.2 points. At Datascope, these kind of statements (and others) spark fierce debate and quickly escalate into bets.I didn’t have a strong enough opinion to bet, but Mike couldn’t pass up another opportunity to beat Dean, so he took it.Given that fantasy football championships are near, it seemed like a fun question to answer - how accurate are ESPN’s weekly projections?It appeared, judging from user's tweets, that there were issues in Yahoo's scoring and who it was declaring the winner and loser in a game. Some others users posted images of matchups that appeared to miscount the points.In a tweet posted by its account devoted to fantasy sports, Yahoo confirmed it was having problems."We are aware of an issue with missing stats for some MNF players. For instance, one Twitter user posted a screenshot that appeared to show Yahoo crediting their fantasy team with 108.38 points scored despite their players seemingly scoring more than 146 points.
The issue did not impact data for teams, leagues or rosters.