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WICB’s new ticketing partner


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ST JOHN’S – West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has appointed Kyazoonga as its new ticketing partner for its home series in all formats in the region.

Tickets for the upcoming One-Day International tri-series with West Indies, Australia and South Africa, which begins on Friday, June 3 in Guyana, will be available on this new platform.

Kyazoonga is a worldwide leader in supplying ticketing systems and services to the sports, entertainment and leisure industries and they are already the partners for the Caribbean Premier League.

The WICB thinks the partnership is timely and “the online component offers an opportunity to reach a wider range of patrons for our games”, according to WICB’s Commercial Manager, Nelecia Yeates.

Arpita Majumder, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, Kyazoonga said “We are thrilled to further deepen our on-going association with cricket in the Caribbean, having ticketed CPL since 2014. The partnership with WICB is part of our constant endeavour to provide state-of-the-art, easy and convenient access to exciting sporting action to fans globally.”

Tickets were available online from May 17 and will be available at all three locations two weeks prior to their respective first match days. Guyana box office sales will commence Monday May 23. Please check for exact schedules.

Daily ticket prices for all locations range from US$7 to US$25 per match. Season tickets are also available.

Patrons seeking tickets can acquire them at this link   (PR/SAT)


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