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beIN Sports’ Football Piracy Blitz Adds Blocking to Domain Seizures * TorrentFreak


beIN SportsbeIN SportsPerhaps more than any other broadcaster, beIN Sports understands the potential for piracy to spin out of control.

When a diplomatic crisis between Qatar and other Arab countries led to Saudi Arabia blocking the beIN service in 2017, beoutQ – a full-blown piracy platform – stepped in as a comprehensive but illegal beIN replacement.

Over the next two years, the political fallout spread beyond the Middle East to the United States and European Union, leading to a World Trade Organization report and ultimately the closure of beoutQ’s satellite service in August 2019.

Protecting the Africa Cup of Nations

Over four years later, beIN is still battling commercial-scale piracy. After obtaining exclusive broadcasting rights to Africa’s most prestigious football tournament, the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), tackling piracy of the month-long event would necessarily become a key component of the company’s overall strategy.

According to a report published by L’Informé this week…

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