TRILLER FILES $100M LAWSUIT AGAINST YOUTUBERS STREAMING JAKE PAUL VS BEN ASKREN ILLEGALLY
THEY ARE EVERYWHERE.
Illegal streams can be found for almost any event that’s only available on network TV or behind a paywall.
Triller Fight Club is now pursuing a $100 million lawsuit against YouTubers and other websites for illegally streaming the fight.
- Ryan Kavanaugh
There is zero difference between what they did and walking into a market stealing tons of a product and selling it at a discount in the parking lot.
“It’s neither civilly nor criminally any different, and we are prosecuting to the fullest extent of the law.”
There were more than 2 million illegal streams rebroadcasting the fight, amounting to “hundreds of millions of dollars” in lost revenue.
Triller is seeking in excess of $100 million from the sites and channels its names in the suit for lost revenue from the fight.