huge League victory over a long-standing plague!

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This is a major victory for the Professional Football League with a view to the future and the broadcasting of Ligue 1 and Ligue 2. While pirate sites have been legion for many years and have come to rot the life of the League, the latter announced through a press release on Wednesday that it had obtained the blocking of pirate IPTV services. Thus, the Professional Football League welcomes the decision rendered on March 17 by the President of the Paris Judicial Court ordering, for the first time in France, the blocking by French ISPs of access to pirate IPTV services.

League press release

“Based on article L. 333-10 of the Sports Code, the court also ordered the blocking of streaming sites broadcasting without authorization the Ligue 1 Uber Eats and Ligue 2 BKT championships. This very important decision will allow ARCOM to request as soon as possible the blocking of mirror sites and sites not yet identified at the referral stage and the decision rendered. implementation of the blockages provided for by law. Faced with the economic stakes for French professional and amateur sport, the public authorities and the judicial authorities have grasped the urgency of providing effective protection for professional football competitions against serious and This decision is an essential step in the fight against piracy which led to the adoption of the audiovisual law of October 2021 and materializes the commitment of the Professional Football League. The LFP remains mobilized to allow, in consultation with all stakeholders, the effective protection of its competitions”, can we read in the press release from the LFP, very happy with this decision with a view to the future for the broadcasting of its professional championships.

Great victory for the LFP

The Professional Football League has achieved a major victory over a long-standing scourge. Thus, the Professional Football League has obtained the blocking of pirate IPTV services, as explained this Wednesday in a press release.

Victor Willems

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