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XFL Partners With Ticketmaster In Multi-year Deal

XFL Partners With Ticketmaster In Multi-year Deal

Ticketmaster has been announced as the ticket distributer of the XFL for all 43 games and will also launch a new mobile ticketing option for league all events.

The deal will give fans the option to use their mobile device to download verified tickets to a digital wallet or XFL app, which will be powered by Ticketmaster.

Commenting on the partnership, Ticketmaster executive vice president and co-head of sports, Clay Luter, said: “We are thrilled to team up with the XFL and continue the momentum they are building heading into the start of the 2023 season.”

“We are energised by the vision that the new ownership group has for the reimagined XFL and are excited to help bring their vision to life with new innovations and enhanced technology,” he said.

XFL president, Russ Brandon, added: “We are pleased to renew our partnership with Ticketmaster, an industry leader with advanced capabilities and global reach to deliver at the scale required by the XFL.”

“Collaboration and innovation are two key values for the XFL, and in working with Ticketmaster we will ensure a seamless ticketing experience that will allow our fans to enjoy the XFL’s exciting and dynamic football experience,” he said.

The XFL will begin its second relaunch on the 18th of February 2023.

The announcement comes after the XFL landed an exclusive broadcast deal with Disney and ESPN.

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