Following the news that nearly five million illegal streamers were detected during Champions League knockout stages, Irdeto is now able to reveal data on piracy activity around the UEFA Champions League final.
Ahead of Saturday’s UEFA Champions League final it’s been revealed that 5,100 illegal streams were detected over the internet during the knockout stages of the competition.
Over 300 illegal streams were detected for the heavyweight title unification fight between Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker.
German platform operator Media Broadcast has launched the satellite version of its DVB-T2 platform Freenet TV for DTH households in Germany on Astra (19.2° East).
Irdeto has announced the launch of its Hosted CA solution in Russia at CSTB 2018.
Irdeto has acquired gaming security company Denuvo, to provide anti-piracy and anti-cheat solutions for games on desktop, mobile, console and VR devices.
Irdeto has signed a new three-year agreement with beIN MENA.
Irdeto has been selected by Tata Sky to enhance its end-to-end solution for OTT services.
Irdeto, MStar, SMIT, TP Vision and Rabbit Labs have teamed up to offer a CI Plus 2.0 USB CAM with Irdeto Cloaked CA to operators globally.
Pirates looking to capitalise on the fight of the century were actively advertising their illegal streams across the internet to reach a worldwide audience, according to Irdeto.