New York, NY and Baltimore, MD – November 8, 2022 – SeatGeek, a high-growth technology platform transforming the live event experience for fans, teams and venues, today announced a multi-year partnership with the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens protocol. Through the partnership, starting with the 2023 season, the Ravens will leverage SeatGeek’s mobile-first technology to improve their ticketing experience. The deal marks SeatGeek’s fifth NFL partner as it continues to make the live events industry better.
Ravens fans will begin enjoying a personalized event experience with SeatGeek’s mobile app, which continues to have the highest Net Promoter Score (NPS) in the industry.This #RavensFlock Get the exact seat they’re looking for while getting the most bang for your buck with SeatGeek’s Deal Score technology. And, SeatGeek’s Rally technology turns a fan’s ticket into a personal concierge, helping find driving directions, game day weather, customized entry instructions, the best Ravens swag, and more.
“We are delighted that SeatGeek has joined the Ravens. At the Ravens, we are deeply committed to providing a first-class experience for Ravens fans and our guests at M&T Bank Stadium,” said Baltimore Ravens President Sashi Brown. “As a result, our discussions with ticketing providers have focused heavily on finding partners who can share this commitment. SeatGeek’s core values of excellence and innovation underpin their mission: to provide Ravens fans with a great game day and live event experience. “
SeatGeek’s technology will power all Ravens home games, concerts and other events at M&T Stadium and the Under Armour Performance Center. SeatGeek’s back-end technology platform Unify will enable Ravens and stadium staff to efficiently manage their sales and inventory to provide fans with a personalized experience, while SeatGeek’s vertically integrated platform helps teams achieve better economics.
“There’s a movement happening in sports teams and leagues when it comes to modernizing technology on and off the field,” said Danielle du Toit, president of SeatGeek’s enterprise business. “From our early interactions with Sashi and the Ravens, it’s clear that they’re focused on standing At the forefront of this change and innovation. The fans who benefit the most from this shift are the fans.”
The Ravens join the Arizona Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints and Washington Commanders as SeatGeek NFL Partners. In addition, SeatGeek has four partners in the NBA and NHL, seven in the MLS and half in the Premier League, and it provides tickets to Jujamcyn Theatres’ five Broadway theatres in New York. SeatGeek has an impressive 2022, with 11 major new partners and more renewals announced so far.
The Baltimore Ravens are one of five NFL teams to win multiple Super Bowls since the turn of the century. Under head coach John Harbaugh, who arrived in 2008, Baltimore has posted the NFL’s third-most wins overall (154, tied) and won the league’s second-most playoff games (11, tied), Advance to an impressive three AFC Championship games and win the World Championship in Super Bowl XLVII in 2012. The Ravens also won Super Bowl 35 during the 2000 campaign and made the playoffs in nine of the past 14 seasons — creating a 2011, 2012, 2018, and 2019 Four AFC North Champions.
SeatGeek’s mission is to transform the live event experience for fans, teams and venues. SeatGeek has become a high-growth global ticketing leader by combining the consumer marketplace with innovative major ticketing box office technology. SeatGeek delights fans with industry-first features, including: Deal Score, its proprietary ticket-rating technology; Rally, its event-day operating system; and SeatGeek Swaps, the first return policy offered by a major ticket operator. At the same time, the platform’s open ecosystem enterprise ticketing software enables teams, venues and promoters to efficiently grow their businesses while delivering the exceptional experience that all fans deserve.
SeatGeek is proud to partner with some of the most recognized sports and live entertainment companies in the world, including the Dallas Cowboys, Brooklyn Nets and Liverpool FC, as well as Major League Soccer (MLS), National Football League (NFL), Half of them are in the English Premier League (EPL) and multiple theatres on Broadway in New York City and the West End of London. curious? Visit www.seatgeek.com.
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