(PRESS RELEASE) -- Affiliate compliance specialist and industry expert, Rightlander.com, has launched the Compliance Live report for their U.K. and German facing operators.
With football fixtures likely to restart in all major European Leagues soon, Rightlander.com have introduced a new product to help operators crack down on illegal live streaming websites during live games.
Compliance Live intensifies scanning to help operators identify where their brand is being positioned for a pre-defined set of sites during live matches. This has been one of the biggest challenges faced by operators, as very often, affiliates will only display brand links during the games, thereby making it harder to spot copyright infringements. Compliance Live allows them to monitor campaigns and brand mentions during the matches thereby allowing them to assess what their media partners are doing for the brand.
The product offers real time brand monitoring as well as pre-defined scans. By using Compliance Live, operators can find affiliate content at specific times to coincide with users watching illegal online streams. This will help operators stay compliant and reduce the risk of illegal or non-compliant activity.
Ian Sims, founder of Rightlander.com, said: “Football fans have waited for months for live football action to start again. The Bundesliga is the first major league to resume and we are excited to be working for clients, scanning streaming sites to make sure there are no copyright infringements. We expect our activity to ramp up considerably as top flight football resumes across the globe following the recent hiatus and we look forward to working with our partners to ensure a safe and compliant experience for all affiliate traffic.”