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Global football forces join hands to combat beoutQ piracy

The global football forces, under the banner of FIFA, has come together to protects the sports’ broadcast rights from the Saudi Arab-based pirate channel...

BeoutQ runs promo to broadcast Premier League pirated feed

Close on the heels of reports that piracy is costing Premier League $1.24 million in sponsorship for each game and UK Government’s request to...

Wimbledon organisers call for action against beoutQ piracy

The organises of the Wimbledon Championship, All England Lawn Tennis Club have called for action against Saudi Arabia-based broadcast network beoutQ for unlawfully broadcasting...

Football world aligns with FIFA in fight against pirate channel beoutQ

World governing body for football, FIFA has aligned the international football bodies and leagues to deal with pirate channelbeoutQ strictly. FIFA has sent out a public statement to condemn the...

BBC, Sky seek European Union action in BeoutQ piracy case

The BBC and Sky, highlighting the ‘threat’ from pirated content broadcast by BeoutQ, have called on the European commission to initiate action against Saudi...

BeoutQ Piracy row: beIN Media files $1 bn lawsuit against Saudi...

Qatar-based sports and entertainment network beIN Media Group has launched a $1 billion (€863.7 million) international investment arbitration against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia...

Social media leading platform for FIFA World Cup 2018 piracy: Report

Facebook alone has accounted for 8,462 of more than 40,000 illegal streaming links detected for the Fifa World Cup 2018 in Russia. Viaccess-Orca (VO), a...

BeIN Media fined $2.6 mn by Saudi competition watchdog, license terminated

Saudi Arabia’s General Authority for Competition has fined the BeIN Media Group $2.6 million while also cancelling the Qatar-based network’s licence to broadcast in...

Media Rights Piracy: Premier League, LFP move European Commission against BeoutQ

French Football League (LFP) and English Premier League are among the latest sports bodies to launch a campaign against Saudi Arabian pirate channel BeoutQ....

World Cup 2018: Arabsat seeks FIFA apology over beoutQ piracy allegations

Arab Satellite Communications Organization, Arabsat, sought an apology from the World governing body for football – FIFA – for beoutQ piracy allegations as FIFA...