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A Qatar-based media group has accused the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) of breaching a multimillion-dollar rights deal by streaming its matches in Saudi Arabia online, escalating a feud over sports broadcasting rights in the Gulf region.The AFC said on Tuesday it would start streaming AFC games involving Saudi teams playing in Saudi Arabia on its geo-blocked Facebook and YouTube digital channels so that Saudi fans could tune in. Several major sports bodies, including the AFC, have said they would take legal action in Saudi Arabia against television channel beoutQ, which has been illegally broadcasting global sporting events pirated from beIN.
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