Nick Riewoldt Tells The Hot Breakfast About An App That Helps You Get Sports Tickets Overseas
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Nick Riewoldt joined The Hot Breakfast with Eddie McGuire this morning and spoke about an app he’s involved with that helps Aussies get to sporting events when overseas.
The app — called Sports Where I Am — provides coverage to 239 cities in 28 countries, including Australia, England, Germany, Italy, Canada, and the US.
Listen to the full interview here:
“I’ve been with these guys (Sports Where I Am) for a while now and the amount of people that say to me ‘Gee I wish I had’ve known about this before I did a big trip overseas’,” Roo said.
“Anyone that’s into sport or getting along to events, you can go to any city in the world basically, click on the city in the app and a list of every event that’s on in the next six months is gonna be there.
“Wherever you are in the world. you’re able to purchase tickets, it’s interactive, you’re able to get advice and give advice to other fans that are attending sporting events.
“It’s also really safe. There’s a lot of counterfeit stuff out there as well, so we fully guarantee all our tickets and it just provides a really easy platform for people to be able to travel and attend sporting events.”
Sports Where I Am can get you access to over 55,000 events at 436 stadiums, and you can check them out at their website or download their apps on iOS and Android.