Virtual commemorative tickets to be provided for select games this season
In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Tyler Tumminia, commissioner of the Premier Hockey Federation. Eric and Chris also discuss major ticketing-related deals involving SeatGeek and Vivid Seats, the backing of LeBron James’ The SpringHill Company by a group of top-tier investors, and the completion of Arctos Sports Partners’ $3bn (€2.59bn) investment fund.
Cardinale and Beane-led SPAC at last finds its deal target with ticketing company
Special purpose acquisition company RedBall Acquisition Corp. has confirmed it is in merger talks with New York-based ticketing company SeatGeek
New York-based ticketing company does its first NHL deal
In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Jon Patricof, Athletes Unlimited chief executive and co-founder. Eric and Chris also discuss the state of Major League Baseball coming out of its recent All-Star Game, Bruin Capital’s entry into legal sports betting with its acquisition of Oddschecker Global Media, and the landmark ticketing deal between SeatGeek and BSE Global.
Outdoor space at Barclays Center to be renamed SeatGeek Plaza
In this week's episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Russ D'Souza, co-founder and president of SeatGeek, and also discuss the emergence of ViacomCBS streaming service Paramount+ and the rise of athlete investment vehicles.
New York-based company extends tie with its first team primary ticketing client
Major League Soccer's Seattle Sounders have announced that Ticketmaster has replaced SeatGeek as the team's official primary and resale ticketing platform
New York-based ticketing company lands first client based in South Carolina
New York-based ticketing company expands team client base
New York-based firm to ticket all events at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
Sports are beginning to make their comeback from Covid-19, but generally with empty stadiums or with highly limited attendance, accelerating historic shifts for an already-battered ticket resale industry. US Editor Eric Fisher reports.
Company now working with nine Premier League clubs
Last-minute price jumps defy historical demand curves for the game
US-headquartered ticketing company SeatGeek has moved into the cricket market by agreeing a multi-year deal to ticket Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.