According to ACE, Premiumcccam provided access to more than 6,000 TV channels and content from different satellite platforms, including Sky, Viacom Media, and Canal+. It also offered VOD content from all ACE members, including 3,000 movies and 16,500 TV show episodes. Subscriptions ranged from €7 a month to €50 a year, and it offered a reseller programme.
ACE adds that it executed a cease and desist operation near Belgrade, followed by immediate cooperation from the operator. Currently, all domains have been transferred to ACE and are redirecting to the Watch Legally section on the ACE website.
Commenting on the action, Jan Van Voorn, executive VP and chief of global content protection for the Motion Picture Association, said: “This action marks another success and precedent in ACE’s ongoing fight against piracy across the world. Actions such as this reinforce ACE’s reach and impact and that there is no place in the world out of reach. We will continue to enforce in new territories as necessary”.
ACE was formed in 2017 and is a global coalition dedicated to protecting the dynamic legal market and reducing online piracy.