A lot of Westmeath and Laois fans weren't happy with the quality of the live stream during the first half of yesterday's Allianz Football League clash in Mullingar.
However, it was resolved in time for the second half and GAAGO subsequently apologised to subscribers while also promising to offer them a refund.
The techical glitch came after All-Ireland football final referee David Gough had praised the subscription-based sports channel for giving free access to all national referees and umpires to their streaming service for the rest of the year.
You don't know what you've got til it's gone; this stream of @westmeath_gaa v @CLGLaois is absolutely horrific! It's like being sent screenshots of a game rather than watching a game! Makes you appreciate the efforts of IarmhíTV even more! @officialgaa #AllianzLeagues— Noel Mulligan (@noeleym) October 17, 2020
The issue we encountered during the first half of the Westmeath v Laois game has now been resolved. Once again, we apologise for this inconvenience. Refunds will be issued to all who purchased this stream.— GAAGO (@GAAGO) October 17, 2020