2019 Sports Anti-Piracy Summit Set for Feb. 20-21 in Mexico City; More than 700 Registered

Registrants represent networks, platforms, clubs, and leagues

The 2019 Sports Anti-Piracy Summit will be held Feb. 20-21 at Mexico City’s World Trade Center, targeting those who are interested in learning about how organizations like FIFA, the Mexican Football Federations, La Liga, Bundesliga, and Fox Sports Latin America are protecting their content, their digital strategies, and much more.

“With your registration, you will access an unprecedented event in Mexico, considering the amount of key decision-makers from the sports industry that will meet to debate on the future of sports, all of it in an ideal networking environment,” says  Sebastián Torterola, director of communications, Sports Anti-Piracy Summit. “Never before have so many CEOs and presidents of clubs, federations, leagues, and sports companies in general gathered in a single place to share their expertise.”

The organizers of the event have focused on bringing together relevant leagues, clubs, executives, and associations with the goal of monitoring and discussing piracy in all its forms as well as innovations like OTT services, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and fan engagement.

More than 700 people from more than 15 countries are registered, representing more than 20 sports networks and platforms, 40-plus football clubs, more than 20 leagues.

Registration costs $350 and includes access to networking events, panels, free Wi-Fi, and plenty of coffee.

To register today, please click here.