Tickets For Hearts-kotoko Clash Go On Sale From Wednesday

Posted On Monday, 29th April 2013

Long queues for Sunday's game will be minimized due to the automated ticketing systems

Long queues for Sunday’s game will be minimized due to the automated ticketing systems

Tickets for Sunday’s epic Premier League clash between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko will go on sale from Wednesday.

This has been made possible due to the automated ticketing system which makes it virtually impossible for tickets to be duplicated.

The new ticketing system which is being piloted for Ghana Premier League game is expected to help increase patronage of games as fans will not have to join long queues for entry tickets on matchdays.

Various groups and individuals can now buy their tickets in advance without going through the traditional hustles at the gates.

It also ensures match organizers reap the maximum revenue for their games as theft and illegal duplication of ticket vouchers are significantly minimized.

The automated ticketing system which is being operated by a Ghanaian firm; Renaissance Events Solutions have already received raving reviews for some works done in the country.

They were responsible for the impressive gates proceeds realized by Berekum Chelsea during the preliminary rounds in their debut season in the CAF Champions League.

Record revenues were recorded by Chelsea in their home games against Liberia’s LISCR and Raja Casablanca of Morocco.

Same can be said about Asante Kotoko’s games against Sony Nguema and JSM Bejaia in this season’s CAF Champions League.

The firm also handled the Black Stars’ home games against Lesotho and quite recently Sudan where record proceeds were recorded.

They are again expected to generate even more revenue this weekend with the Hearts vrs Kotoko clash.

Fans of both teams and neutrals alike are expected to fill up the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday with both teams doing relatively with the match well poised.

The Ghanaian firm assures all arrangements with ticketing are in place for the game.

“The tickets are ready and we will be turning it over to the authorities for sales to begin I believe on Wednesday,” General Manager of Renaissance Events Solutions Samuel Owusu told GHANAsoccernet.com.

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