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4.5m Italians watch pay-TV illegally |
An estimated 4.5 million Italians aged over 15 illegally watch live sporting events, in a total of about 21 million acts of piracy carried out during 2017. The Fapav-Ipsos data reveals that football remains most pirated, with three out of four pirates watching football matches, followed by Formula 1, MotoGP and tennis.

Illegal IPTV services are used by one-third (35 per cent) of the pirates watching movies, series and TV programmes, and by 23 per cent of total live sports pirates (about 1 million users). On average, users pay €10-€15 per month for a subscription to an illegal IPTV service.
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5 days ago by dancall
Fury-Wilder: Nearly 10m illegal views |
Data from digital piracy data analysis specialist MUSO reveals that, throughout the weekend’s boxing match between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury, the fight drew a piracy audience of 9.98 million – and the most popular time for piracy activity was between 05:00 and 05:30 GMT.

“This fight was always going to draw in a massive audience, and it certainly did that,” noted Andy Chatterley, CEO and Co-Founder, MUSO. “In fact, our MUSO Discover data shows that, globally, nearly 10 million viewers chose unlicensed channels to watch the bout. This is a huge audience that is, to all intents and purposes, being ignored. Data like this offers insights that could help bring fans back to legal content, but they need to be acknowledged first.”
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5 days ago by dancall

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