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Morocco’s SNRT Obtains Rights to Stream 22 Games of 2018 World Cup

Morocco’s SNRT Obtains Rights to Stream 22 Games of 2018 World Cup
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Rabat – Morocco’s National Society of Radio and Television (SNRT) has obtained the rights to broadcast 22 games of the  2018 World Cup following an agreement with Qatari sports network beIN Sports.

Moroccan sports channel Arryadia confirmed the news on the eve of the world massive tournament, June 13.

“The #SNRT has acquired the rights to broadcast 22 matches of the # Coupe_du_monde_2018 following an agreement with @beINSPORTS_MENA,” wrote Arryadia on Twitter.

2018 World Cup games of the national football team are among the matches featured by Arryadia.

In May, the Qatari-owned sports network, which owns the broadcast rights to the World Cup, accused a Saudi-based piracy network called “BeOutQ” of pirating the transmission of the 64 games of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

BeIN Sports also called on FIFA to take measures against the channel, investing GBP 12,000 to stop BeOutQ from stealing broadcasts of sports events.

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