The controversial £300mn Saudi Arabia-funded takeover of Newcastle United appears to be in serious doubt after the World Trade Organisation (WTO) ruled that the country is behind a pirate satellite TV ...
The US government has published a scathing report that places Saudi Arabia on its “Priority Watch List”, related in large part to the rampant piracy spurred by beoutQ ...
An investigation into rogue Saudi channel beoutQ’s activities has confirmed it used satellite infrastructure owned by Arabsat to illegally broadcast football matches.
Saudi Arabia could be banned from competing in future football tournaments in a bid by the sport’s governing bodies to stamp out piracy.
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.
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.
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.