DUBAI (Reuters) – Soccer’s governing body FIFA said on Wednesday it has engaged legal counsel to take action in Saudi Arabia against television channel beoutQ, which is widely available in the kingdom, for continuing to illegally broadcast the 2018 World Cup.
FIFA last month warned that it was exploring all options to stop the infringement of its rights over beoutQ’s airing of the opening games of the soccer tournament taking place in Russia.
Saudi - Arabia - BeoutQ - Kingdom - Channel
Saudi Arabia says beoutQ is not based in the kingdom and that it has “relentlessly” combated the channel’s activities and is committed to protecting international property rights.
“FIFA has observed that the pirate entity named ‘beoutQ’ continues to use illegally the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ broadcast...
Wake Up To Breaking News!