First of its kind: London retailer convicted for selling illegal streaming devices
7 October 2019
A 39-year-old retailer from London has been convicted for selling illegal streaming devices.
The case is the first of its kind and a part of the league's broader strategy to tackle pirate suppliers of all levels.
The Premier League's mission to bring down Saudi piracy has seen its first conviction. The league has revealed that a 39-year-old retailer in London has been convicted for selling illegal streaming devices (ISDs), which provided unauthorised access to broadcasts of its games on various channels, including the Saudi Arabia-based pirate service, beoutQ.
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