Gatorade To Pay $300,000 For Using Usain Bolt Game To Teach Kids Not To Drink Water

October 7, 2017

In 2012, Gatorade released Bolt!, a game for the iPhone that used the fastest man alive to inspire kids to try their best, remain dedicated, and always avoid water. Some people found this problematic — including California's attorney general. On Thursday, The Gatorade Company agreed to pay a $US300,000 ($376,720) settlement for promoted misleading and disparaging statements about water.

 

 

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