The US Government has been urged to take action against Saudi Arabia with a coalition of sports and entertainment bodies demanding the end of beoutQ.
England’s Premier League has started legal action against rogue Saudi channel “beoutQ” which has been broadcasting stolen content from Qatar’s beIN Sports.
Qatar's global sports and entertainment media group, beIN Corporation (beIN) has lodged an international investment arbitration case against Saudi Arabia worth $1bn in compensation for what has been described as "the most widespread piracy of sports broadcasting that the world has ever seen".
Football's international governing body Fifa said on Wednesday it is taking legal action against pirate broadcaster beoutQ, which continues to broadcast illegally from the World Cup in Russia ...
Saudi Arabian sports fans are up in arms because no one in their country can watch Wimbledon - leading to demands for a pirate TV station showing the World Cup to start broadcasting the tennis as well.
An international hotel chain has clamped down on pirate broadcasts of the World Cup across Saudi Arabia after they were discovered being shown to pilgrims in the holy city of Makkah.
After being cornered by international sport organisations, Saudi Arabia has agreed to prevent the activities of the pirate beoutQ channel in the kingdom.