beoutQ showing pirated content of CAF tournament
July 07 2019 11:45 PM
Confédération Africaine de Football (CAF)
"beoutQ is causing severe damage to the rights of CAF and all rights granted by contracts to its official broadcast partners, and first and foremost beIN Sports," CAF said.

Saudi-based pirate channel beoutQ has been broadcasting stolen content of the final tournament of the Total Africa Cup of Nations, the Confédération Africaine de Football (CAF) on Sunday said.
"Television broadcasts of all 36 matches in the group phase were fraudulently diverted and made available on beoutQ, with the support of the satellite provider Arabsat. Arabsat has refused to obey the requests for taking down the illegal transmissions," a statement issued by CAF said.
"beoutQ is causing severe damage to the rights of CAF and all rights granted by contracts to its official broadcast partners, and first and foremost beIN Sports."



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