SeatGeek Stock

seatgeek.comConsumer & Lifestyle / E-commerceFounded: 2009Funding to Date: $501.74MM

SeatGeek is a mobile ticketing marketplace that allows users to buy and sell tickets to sporting events, concerts, and theater. These users can browse the listed events from a search engine, view interactive seat-maps, complete purchases, and receive electronic or print tickets, all on SeatGeek's platform. SeatGeek was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in New York, New York.

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Team

Management Team

Jeff Ianello
Executive Vice President, Client Partnerships
Jack Groetzinger
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Russell D'Souza
Co-Founder
Danielle Du Toit
President
Brad Tacy
Chief Financial Officer
Eric Waller
Co-Founder, Co-Chief Technology Officer & CPO
Brian Murphy
Co-Chief Technology Officer

Board Members

David Glynn
Glynn Capital
John Locke
Accel
David Frankel
Founder Collective
Steve Hafner
Daniel O'Keefe
TCV
Laurel Richie
Board Member

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News Highlights

LPGA makes SeatGeek tour-wide ticket partner
The LPGA has its first tour-wide ticketing partner and will announce a multiyear deal this morning with SeatGeek for its U.S.-based tournaments. The deal will take effect on May 31 as sales begin for the 2024 Solheim Cup.
SeatGeek Files Confidentially for IPO
Event ticketing company SeatGeek filed confidentially with regulators this month for an initial public offering, people familiar with the matter said, adding itself to a long list of firms aiming for IPOs once market conditions improve.
SeatGeek Wins $100 Million Deal To Resell MLB Tickets
Major League Baseball has a new secondary ticket marketplace. Mobile platform SeatGeek will replace StubHub, effective immediately, as the league’s official reseller. Financial terms weren’t disclosed, but industry sources told Forbes the deal is a revenue-sharing agreement that promises MLB roughly $100 million per year over five years.
Updated on: Feb 25, 2024

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