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FIFA World Cup: No World Cup live TV in Qatar: Adding to the list of restrictions in 2022 FIFA World Cup…

FIFA World Cup: No World Cup Live TV in Qatar: Adding to the list of restrictions in the 2022 FIFA World Cup host country is another big change. The tournament will not be broadcast live in hotels and bars in Qatar. The hotels have refused to pay the extravagant sum of $27,000 to BeIn Sports for it. Follow FIFA World Cup 2022 latest news and live updates on InsideSport.IN

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FIFA World Cup: No World Cup live broadcast in Qatar Hotels & Bars as official broadcaster BeIN Sport demands EXHORBITANT $27,000, Check details

FIFA World Cup: No World Cup live broadcast in Qatar Hotels & Bars as official broadcaster BeIN Sport demands EXHORBITANT $27,000, Check details

FIFA World Cup: No World Cup live broadcast in Qatar Hotels & Bars as official broadcaster BeIN Sport demands EXHORBITANT $27,000, Check details

After learning they would have to pay host broadcaster BeIN Sports around 100,000 Qatari riyals ($27,000) for each restaurant or bar showing games, a handful of hotels in Doha have decided not to screen them.

The cost of providing games to rooms is still unknown, but hoteliers also consider these costs unprofitable because there is no fixed fee for each business. The owners of rented villas and apartments are also reportedly affected by the costs.

FIFA World Cup: No World Cup live broadcast in Qatar Hotels & Bars as official broadcaster BeIN Sport demands EXHORBITANT $27,000, Check details

BeIN Sports stated that it was unable to disclose any business deals with accommodation companies. However, it made it clear that it needed to repay some of the huge sums paid for the rights to broadcast the tournament, as well as its investment in production and technological infrastructure.

According to the broadcaster, Doha hotels and other businesses would benefit from the games financially and in terms of foot traffic. It noted that the host stations had charged fees during previous World Cups and competitions.

FIFA World Cup: No World Cup live broadcast in Qatar Hotels & Bars as official broadcaster BeIN Sport demands EXHORBITANT $27,000, Check details

Follow FIFA World Cup 2022 latest news and live updates on InsideSport.IN

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