SPFL continues anti-piracy drive with latest illegal streaming injunction

Malik Tillman of Rangers and Cameron MacPherson of St Johnstone battle for the ball (Photo by Richard Callis/MB Media)

The Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) has claimed a win in its fight against piracy after it was granted a permanent interdict (injunction) against licensees that have been illegally streaming its content.

During the 2022-23 season, the SPFL has raised a number of court actions in Edinburgh’s Court of Session against licensees showing live top-tier Premiership matches without securing the necessary subscription from pay-television broadcaster Sky, the SPFL’s live domestic rights-holder.

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