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FIFA 'explores legal options' over pirate beoutQ channel

FIFA 'explores legal options' over pirate beoutQ channel

World soccer governing body FIFA on Sunday said it is exploring each of its legal options as a means to address beoutQ’s unauthorised broadcasts.

French ruling against beoutQ over piracy piles pressure on Saudis

French ruling against beoutQ over piracy piles pressure on Saudis

The Premier League received a boost after a court ruled that a Saudi Arabian satellite provider has pirate-broadcast every game so far of the Women’s World Cup to Europe. A hearing in France found that Riyadh-based Arabsat was illegally transmitting the tournament on the rogue channel, beoutQ.

Qatar brings Saudi piracy to WTO notice

Qatar brings Saudi piracy to WTO notice

Qatar's Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI) announced Tuesday that it has filed and published its first written submission in its challenge to Saudi Arabia's failure to protect intellectual property

US reports call for end to 'beoutQ' piracy op

US reports call for end to 'beoutQ' piracy op

In a major governmental escalation of the global battle against the theft of world sport and entertainment by the Saudi Arabia-based pirate operation 'beoutQ'

US govt urged to take action against Saudi over 'beoutQ'

US govt urged to take action against Saudi over 'beoutQ'

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.

Premier League begins action against rogue Saudi channel

Premier League begins action against rogue Saudi channel

England’s Premier League has started legal action against rogue Saudi channel “beoutQ” which has been broadcasting stolen content from Qatar’s beIN Sports.

beIN exposes beoutQ with ‘reveal all’ website

beIN exposes beoutQ with ‘reveal all’ website

Qatar's beIN Media Group on Wednesday launched a ‘reveal all’ website which publicly exposes the industrial scale theft of world sports and entertainment carried out by beoutQ ...

AFC to sue 'pirate entity' beoutQ over Asian Cup

AFC to sue 'pirate entity' beoutQ over Asian Cup

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) said on Wednesday it was taking legal action in Saudi Arabia against television channel beoutQ for illegally broadcasting its Asian Cup, the region's biggest football tournament.

beIN Sports seeks $1bn compensation for Saudi piracy

beIN Sports seeks $1bn compensation for Saudi piracy

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".

Premier League gets tough with Saudi piracy

Premier League gets tough with Saudi piracy

All 20 matches from the opening two weekends of the new season have been shown on the rogue channel, beoutQ, which is broadcast via the satellite provider Arabsat.

beIN claims 'irrefutable' proof of Saudi piracy

beIN claims 'irrefutable' proof of Saudi piracy

Qatari broadcaster beIN said on Thursday it has "irrefutable evidence" that a pirate channel illegally showing hundreds of live European football matches is being carried on the Saudi-based satellite provider Arabsat.

Fifa takes legal action in Saudi Arabia to stop pirate channel

Fifa takes legal action in Saudi Arabia to stop pirate channel

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 ...