beIN Media Group's public advocacy efforts to expose the Saudi-based pirate satellite service beoutQ are yielding dividends following the recent condemnations by a host of independent, international rights-holders, who are victims of piracy.
Global sports organisations such as the Premier League, FIFA, UEFA, Ligue 1, LaLiga, the NBA, the governing bodies of world tennis and Formula 1 racing have all condemned the beoutQ piracy, said David Sugden, director of corporate affairs & communications at beIN Media Group, at the Financial Times' Future of Football Summit in Doha.
beoutQ has been targeting beIN's business by offering illegal transmissions of its premium sports and entertainment content across the Arab countries.
By Ikoli Victor
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