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Pirate channel beoutQ taken to European Commission

Pirate channel beoutQ taken  to European Commission


Ligue de Football Professionel (LFP) on Thursday dragged the Saudi Arabian pirate channel, beoutQ, to the European Commission."Ligue de Football Professionnel condemned illegal broadcast of opening games of Ligue 1 Conforama by Saudi Arabia-based 'beoutQ' and escalates the theft of its rights to the Directorate General for Trade at the European Commission," a statement said.
Didier Quillot, LFP Executive Director General, said:"The LFP continues to take all necessary action to defend its interests and the interests of its broadcasters. Last January, we participated in the creation of the Association for the Protection of Sporting Programs (APPS) with the broadcasters, the professional leagues and the sports' federal bodies. Pirate broadcasts attack directly at the economic heart of the sport and we must unite in our struggle against this practice. We ask Arabsat and Saudi Arabia to intervene to stop the piracy of our contents." (tnn)

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