Elevate Sports Ventures chief executive Al Guido spoke today at the VenuesNow Conference in New York. He revealed some innovative ways the XFL will bring the game experience to fans.
Guido said the XFL is considering putting several premium seats on the sidelines to give fans a whole new perspective on the game. In effect, re-imaging the football game watching experience.
Guido did not reveal how much these tickets would cost or where precisely on the field they would be located. He reiterated that fans would be safe in those seats.
Elevate Sports Ventures is a joint venture of Ticketmaster, Live Nation, the San Francisco 49ers, Harris Blitzer Sports and Entertainment, and the Oakview Group.
The XFL signed a two year deal with Elevate to handle selling season tickets and premium seats for the upcoming 2020 XFL season.
Al Guido, Shawn Doss, Tim Romani, Melissa Heiter and Tim Leiweke celebrate @Venues_Now’s inaugural All Stars issue in NYC. @caaicon @elevatesv @oakviewgroup pic.twitter.com/3Ka59tW3gT— Don Muret (@breakground) September 10, 2019
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