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Uncertainty surrounded the deal made between BeIN Media Group and state-run broadcaster Tele Liban to air the World Cup for free in Lebanon as the highly anticipated sporting event began Thursday. Just an hour before Tele Liban was set to air the opening match, BeiN, the owner of the rights to broadcast the game in the region, said it had only granted Tele Liban the sublicense to broadcast 22 of the 64 World Cup matches free of charge on cable television in Lebanon. In 2014, an ultimately failed deal to air the games only cost $5 million, the sources said.
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