The acceptance of EULAs by Nigerian users raises important legal implications. Users may face challenges related to privacy, data protection, intellectual property rights, and dispute resolution. EULAs are legal contracts that establish the terms and conditions under which end users can access and use software applications. Understanding EULAs is crucial for both software developers and end users. However, the complexity and length of EULAs often make them difficult for end users to comprehend and raise concerns about informed consent. The lack of user understanding and awareness regarding EULAs is a significant problem. The study examined end users license agreements and legal implications for Nigerian users. The study employed quantitative research approach and self-structured questionnaire used to collect the needed data. A sample size of two hundred and two sample of respondents was used for the study. Descriptive statistics was used to analyzed the collected data via the aid of Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS). The findings revealed that EULAs have significant legal implications for users in Nigeria, shaping their legal relationship with software providers and influencing aspects like data privacy, usage rights, and dispute resolution.