Football Governing Bodies Issue a Third Joint Statement on Pirate Broadcaster beoutQ

Football Governing Bodies Issue a Third Joint Statement on Pirate Broadcaster beoutQ
FIFA, UEFA, the AFC, the Premier League, LaLiga, the Lega Serie A, the French LFP, and the Bundesliga issued a joint statement on 16 September 2019 to collectively condemn the theft of intellectual property by a Saudi pirate pay television channel. They have also decided to publish a report released by MarkMonitor.

FIFA and the rights holders of various major football competitions have collectively released a joint statement following an independent report by American software MarkMonitor into the actions of beoutQ. MarkMonitor was founded in 1999 and has developed...

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