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In the latest of a long list of back-and-forth moves, the General Authority for Competition for Saudi Arabia has cancelled Qatar-based beIN Media Group’s license to broadcast in the country, along with p...

The campaign against pirate channel BeoutQ has intensified with the French Football League (LFP) and English Premier League stating they have escalated a complaint over the matter to the European Commission

BeIN Media Group has stepped up its campaign against BeoutQ by stating it has undeniable evidence that Saudi-headquartered communications satellite operator Arabsat is backing a “plague of piracy” on ...

The Scottish Professional Football League is free to negotiate new individual rights deals with individual broadcasters around the world from this (Monday) morning after terminating its overseas rights...

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports has struck a three-season extension to its rights deal in the Middle East and North Africa region for football’s English Premier League.

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Media has rubbished claims it is complicit in the operation of pirate service BeoutQ as a “malicious lie”.

The top sanctioning and governing bodies in tennis have joined forces to “publicly condemn and call for the immediate closure” of BeoutQ, a pirate service based in Saudi Arabia.

International sports broadcaster ESPN has said it will provide live and on demand coverage of the forthcoming World Lacrosse Championships in Europe, the Middle East and Africa via ESPN Player, its direct-to-consumer service.

Amaury Sport Organisation has struck broadcast rights deals in a host of overseas markets ahead of the 2018 edition of the Tour de France cycling race.

The All England Lawn Tennis Club, organising body of Wimbledon, has renewed deals for the grand slam tournament with broadcast partners in France, Spain, Japan and the Middle East and North Africa.