XFL Super Fan @TujuMaster discovered this XFL Job posting on Indeed. The XFL is not only looking for a Controller but a Senior Director of Ticket Operations. What makes this job post worth writing about is the line in the description about international.
About the Position
The sr. Director of Ticket Operations will build and manage the league’s ticket operation, which will oversee ticketing technology and operations for the league’s teams and venues, domestically and internationally. This position will be responsible for creating and managing day-to day operations of a centralized ticket operation department that facilitates ticketing to the individual markets, ensuring a smooth end-to-end user experience in support of generating overall league ticket sales revenue. Lead all XFL ticket operations and systems to support sales and service, across a menu of products as well as oversee following areas: event buildouts, inventory, scaling and pricing management, ticket systems administration, game day ticket operations & services, sales, financial reporting, and event reconciliation.
The key point in there is “oversee ticketing technology and operations for the league’s teams and venues, domestically and internationally.”
It looks like the XFL is interesting in going international. XFL Chairwoman Dany Garcia talked about international teams several times in interviews since purchasing the league out of Bankruptcy.
Rumored locations have included Mexico City, Toronto, and London. The question is, will we see new teams in international locations as the new XFL 3.0 era begins, or is this something they are keeping in mind down the road.
The Rock mentioned in an interview with CNBC that there would be new teams, new cities, and more. The announcement of the new teams and locations and a new TV deal are expected in Q1 of 2022.
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