Optus officially hands over rights to all remaining #WorldCup games to SBS after $8 million streaming disaster

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SOCCER streaming failure Optus has finally given up on its $8 million World Cup campaign and agreed to let SBS broadcast the rest of its exclusive games.

The Telco was branded Floptus after it left football fans frustrated over playback errors and buffering delays during its early coverage of the group stage.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull even called the Optus chief to demand he fix the problem.

In response Optus asked SBS to screen all of the games in the group stage.

Source: Optus officially hands over rights to all remaining World Cup games to SBS after streaming disaster | PerthNow