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FourFourThree will introduce a new option in its biometric ticketing service that allows fans to pre-purchase tickets, then have the tickets sent to them in real time.
The service will be offered to fans at select sporting events and will also be available at sporting venues in some domestic and overseas markets.
The feature will be available for tickets priced between $19 and $149 and be available in the next few weeks.
The announcement comes a week after a number of major Australian sporting events were cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Australia’s leading sporting figures, including Australia’s rugby league stars and rugby league players, have warned that the pandemic could mean a drop in attendance and ticket sales as well as a further loss of ticket revenue.
The AFL is also the largest sporting event in Australia with the league’s home games and away games attracting around one million spectators.
The league has said it will continue to look for new ways to attract fans to the games, but also that it is working to ensure that its fans are protected.