In a statement, the sports organisation said its model is predicated on the ability to market, sell and protect commercial rights.
“The broadcasters and licensees who acquire these rights legitimately, like beIN Media Group, make our competition available to fans across the world, and their investment underpins our ability to support Premier League clubs in continuously working to make the competition as compelling as possible.”
Last week, beIN Sports published a new website that it claims “exposes the industrial scale theft of world sports and entertainment” carried out by beoutQ.
Already the League has appointed legal counsel in Saudi Arabia to begin the process of bringing an action against those involved in the piracy.
It says it will continue to work with beIN Media Group to bring the “highly organised and sophisticated illegal broadcast piracy” to an end.