pirate TV channel

LONDON: The English Premier League is ratcheting up the pressure on Saudi-owned satellite television operator Arabsat in the case of Riyadh based pirate TV channel beoutQ, which has with impunity been illegally broadcasting football matches across the Middle East and North Africa.

After moving the the European Commission, the Premier League has said it is taking steps to bring legal action in Saudi Arabia.

Aug 18, 2018 15:08
LONDON: Close on the heels of beIN SPORTS providing damning third party evidence of how Riyadh-based pirate TV channel beoutQ was acting in consort with state owned satellite provider Arabsat to steal and rebroadcast signals beamed by the Qatari sportscaster into the kingdom, the legal fight to protect intellectual property has intensified.