Viagogo could be forced to expose ticket resellers

Tom Pakinkis

Controversial secondary ticketing company Viagogo could be forced to disclose those who use its website to resell tickets for profit, after a new court ruling.

Yesterday, the supreme court ruled that Viagogo will have to disclose the names of people who sold tickets to England rugby matches via its website to the Rugby Football Union.

Speaking to the Guardian, the RFU said that once it had the names, “appropriate sanctions will be handed down”, suggesting a number of ...

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