Víctor Francos participates in Valencia in the day on “ combating piracy in sporting events
The president of the supreme council for sports (CSD), Víctor Francos, has participated this saturday in Valencia in an organized by LaLiga about the ‘ Fight against piracy in sporting events, with a view to addressing one of the most important challenges facing the sports industry and intellectual property, as is piracy of live sports events. “ When we talk about a sporting competition, we also talk about industry. The unauthorized retransmission harms the sports market, ” said the president of the CSD, to inaugurate this day.
In his speech, Víctor Francos has explained that “ the government is committed to a new model of sport more transparent, democratic and open ”. “ and we want more secure. That is to say that the wealth generated is protected. This is a common battle ”, has highlighted. “ If they try to pirate spanish football is because it has value in economic terms and industry. My commitment is to protect this wealth is fighting against fraudulent practices, ” said. The day has been chaired by the president of LaLiga, Javier Tebas. They have also been involved the director of operations of LaLiga Content Protection, Guillermo Rodríguez; the president of SROC, Mark Lichtenhein; and the honourable member Were García.