Pokémon Go developer Niantic last summer held the game’s first-ever community event at Chicago’s Grant Park. The Pokémon Go Fest was meant to be a happy gathering for fans of the game to meet up with other like-minded players, collect rare characters, participate in special team challenges and more but instead, attendees were met with ridiculously long lines, spotty cellular service and server problems that left the game unplayable for much of the day.

Niantic went into damage control mode, dishing out refunds and digital goodies but it wasn’t enough. A class-action lawsuit was eventually filed against Niantic which was recently settled for $1.575 million (the funds are intended to reimburse attendees for things like airfare, hotel costs, car rentals and whatnot).