A new system will be utilized by UEFA 2020 for the distribution of mobile tickets. All those who bought their passes from December 2019 onwards will receive their passes in the form of mobile tickets. The new system, announced by UEFA on February 17th, is blockchain-based, a first in the history of UEFA ticket distribution.
Over one million match tickets will be sold worldwide for the upcoming Euro football matches. With the new state-of-the-art ticketing system, UEFA 2020 expects the entry of the spectators into the venues to be smooth, secure, and safe.
With the power of blockchain, the UEFA 2020 tickets will be free from any replication or duplication. All this will be guaranteed regardless of the big number of tickets to be distributed across a total of 51 matches.
Meanwhile, the organizers of the sporting event encourage the ticket holders to also download the EURO 2020 mobile app on their iOS or Android devices. This app is the key to unlocking free public transport in the cities hosting the matches. Here, interactive maps, festival alerts, and important travel notifications are provided for guests.
More big sporting events are now seeing the potential of blockchain in smoothening the event processes. In fact, the UK Lancashire Cricket Club made an announcement earlier in January 2020 that it will be using blockchain technology to sell tickets for the England 2020 at Emirates Old Trafford happening in July.
Other blockchain ticketing solutions are joining the mobile trend as well. For one, Guts.Tickets is now in place. This mobile app is a digital smart tickets distributor that works both for organizers who wish to optimize their ticketing systems as well as for fans and sports bettors interested in spectating the events booked with Guts.
As the UEFA EURO 2020 approaches, more and more sportsbooks start opening their betting lines for the UEFA matches. Among the online casinos that are releasing match odds include Stake.com, Betcoin.ag, 1xBit, Sporstbet.io, and Cloudbet.