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  • Baku 2015 Launches Ticketing Sign-up


    (ATR) Organizers of the inaugural European Games today invited fans to register their interest in buying tickets for next summer’s event.

    The website allows international and Azerbaijani sports fans to request ticketing updates on the sports program as well as receive all the latest news from Baku 2015. There are 20 sports - 16 Olympic - on the program of the June 12 to 28 Games.

    Ticket sales to the general public open next year.

    “The launch of the sign-up page in an important moment as we continue to approach the inaugural European Games," said Baku 2015 chief operating officer Simon Clegg.

    “We know that fans will be keen to secure their place as soon as possible to attend Baku 2015 and watch history in the making for themselves, and this system will make it easy for them to keep up to date with all the latest news and information about the ticket sales process next year.”

    The sign-up page has been developed and implemented by Tickethour, the official ticketing partner of Baku 2015.

    Baku 2015 commercial director Charlie Wijeratna said Games organizers expected interest from all over Azerbaijan and across Europe "as fans will want to share in this unique experience for the continent’s top athletes".

    “This system will be the best place to receive all of the latest Baku 2015 news, so I would urge those interested to sign up as soon as possible to ensure they will be able to secure their seats at the first European Games.”

    On Friday, Baku 2015 also announced that the ranks of BEGOC staff had reached 1,000 people. The Baku 2015 team is drawn from 43 countries, working across 18 directorates to deliver the European Games.

    To register on the website, visit:

    Reported by Mark Bisson

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