The world football governing body FIFA has launched a new digital platform to connect football fans across the globe with the game and for free.
The leading public broadcasters in the Nordic region have secured exclusive rights to the FIFA World Cup.
Football bodies FIFA, the AFC, UEFA, the Bundesliga, LaLiga, the Premier League and Lega Serie A have issued a joint statement regarding the activities of beoutQ in Saudi Arabia.
FIFA has issued a warning to the Saudi satellite operator Arabsat to stop transmitting illegal feeds from the Women’s World Cup, which have been pirated by BeoutQ.
With just two matches left, football’s governing body is preparing to take legal action against the Saudi pirate that has been illegally retransmitting the World Cup.
FIFA has launched an attack on piracy, threatening to take action against the Saudi TV channel BeoutQ which has been illegally broadcasting the opening games of the World Cup via the Arabsat satellite.
Egypt seems to have decided to broadcast 22 World Cup 2018 games, including those of the national team, on Egyptian television, even without a proper rights contract.
Doha-based Qatar’s beIN Media Group Monday urged football’s governing body FIFA to take legal action against what it called pirate broadcasters in Saudi Arabia ahead of the World Cup.
German pay-TV operator Sky Deutschland seems to be gearing up to broadcast selected matches of the 2018 FIFA World Football Championship in Ultra HD quality.
Nasser al-Khelaïfi, president of PSG and CEO of beIN Media Group, is being targeted by a corruption investigation by Swiss officials in connection with the distribution of the World Cup broadcasting rights.