Nock in deal to ease fan access to Tokyo 2020


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In Summary

  • The National Olympic Committee Kenya (Nock) has partnered with Kingdom Sports Group in a deal aimed at making ticketing processes easy for fans planning to attend the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games
  • The Australian company will offer a platform on which Kenyans can secure tickets as well as information on travel and accommodation

The National Olympic Committee Kenya (Nock) has partnered with Kingdom Sports Group in a deal aimed at making ticketing processes easy for fans planning to attend the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

The Australian company will offer a platform on which Kenyans can secure tickets as well as information on travel and accommodation.

Speaking during the launch, Nock Secretary General Francis Mutuku urged Kenyans to take advantage of the opportunity since the demand for tickets has always been high.

He also reiterated that this will be a perfect opportunity for more Kenyans to travel for the games and support the Kenyan contingent.

“We are calling out on the public and informing them that they can be behind the Kenyan flag in Tokyo 2020 so that we can have as many Kenyans as possible.

“We have partnered with Kingdom Sports Group who are an authorized ticket agent across the African and Asian Market to come and inform our public on how they can purchase tickets and travel,” Mutuku said.

According to Mutuk the partnership is meant to ensure a more structured ticket acquiring process.

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