As opposed to the manual and old way of selling match day tickets, Gor Mahia will soon launch the digital ticketing.
This comes after Gor Mahia Chairman Ambrose Rachier and Treasurer Sally Bolo made the announcement that will seem to excite many fans who have been yearning for such.
The Chairman noted that it’s a process the club has been plotting to use and it will be rolled out very soon.
“Electronic ticketing has been in our plans and we are about to roll it out – that should be very soon and we will communicate the details and how the system will work in good time,’ the chairman said.
The club’s treasurer Bolo confirmed that after a research and consultations, the club will now use electronic way of selling tickets to maximize on collections.
“After successful research and testing of the e-ticket system, l am happy to announce that we are good and ready to go digital,” she noted.
“Digital ticketing is a brilliant way for us to consolidate our revenue as a club by ensuring transparent, fast and easy ways for our supporters to get their tickets from wherever they are across the country,” she added.
Fans will be required to print their tickets or show codes on their phones after buying the tickets through their phones.
“Fans will either print the ticket or just show the code on their phones at the gate during the match day,” the treasurer concluded.