PIRACY

Report Piracy

If you believe a neighbouring business plans to steal the sports signal of a Pay-Per-View sports event, protect your investment by helping us catch these criminals.

What you should do:

Look up the suspected business on our venue finder tool to help you make sure your neighbourhood stays legal. If another business doesn’t appear on the venue locator, it doesn’t necessarily mean they have not acquired the event legally. Any business that appears on the venue locator has purchased the event from us.

Contact us as soon as you suspect piracy. We need at least a day’s notice, and preferably a few days to act. Provide us with as much information as you can. Collect the other business’s phone number, address, and any other information that you feel may be useful to us.

Don’t be a pirate

Broadcasting rights are expensive and we do not give up our rights, or the rights of our paying customers. Operate your business fairly and avoid an expensive legal situation.

Premium Sports has extensive experience in fighting signal piracy. We understand that our customers invest a lot in our products and we work hard to protect your rights by prosecuting pirates to the full extent of the law.

If you feel that you are a victim of signal piracy in your neighbourhood, or to speak to us about protecting your broadcast signal rights for an upcoming event, click here to email us at info@premiumsports.ca.