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Star Sports Pro Kabaddi Season 4 opener witnesses unprecedented ticket sales

Season opener at DOME@NSCI SVP Mumbai between Puneri Paltan and Telugu Titans over 80 % sold out

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CaptionPuneri Paltan’s team manager said they saw an amazing response for their home games

The opening leg of Star Sports Pro Kabaddi Season 4 has rocked Mumbai with more than 80% of the stadium seats already sold for the first two days of the League & for the third & fourth days booking are going on in full swing. The league announced a shift of venue one week prior to the opening match, owing to unforeseen circumstances at the stadium at Pune.

Kabaddi has garnered immense popularity amongst fans across the country in a short while and Star Sports Pro Kabaddi fans have rushed to secure places to witness their favourite teams in action that begins at DOME@NSCI SVP in Mumbai on June 25th. This will be the fourth PKL season in the last 24 months.

The opening day match is between hosts, Puneri Paltan and Telugu Titans at the NSCI SVP stadium in Mumbai.

Kailash Kandpal, Team Manager, Puneri Paltan, expressed his elation on the ticket sales and said, “We’ve seen an amazing response to our team’s home games despite the last minute shift of venue from Pune to Mumbai. The seamless ticket exchange and refund process run by our partner Kyazoonga has ensured that fans who had already purchased tickets to the Pune games are able to cheer for the team in Mumbai.

“We’ve arranged special fan coaches/buses that will bring these fans in droves to and from Mumbai. Fans from Mumbai, Thane, Kolhapur, Shirdi, Ujjain, Indore, Bangalore and even from Dublin and New York have purchased tickets. These are exciting times indeed for the Puneri Paltan team and its kabaddi fans!”

Expressing his excitement, a Kyazoonga spokesperson said, “We’re delighted to have served our clients and customers first by ensuring an orderly ticket exchange and refund process due to the change in the venue. The fans are delighted in knowing that they can still support the team at the new venue in Mumbai.”

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