Viagogo snubs 'hollow' RFU court victory

Tom Pakinkis

Viagogo has dismissed yesterday's Rugby Football Union court victory over the secondary ticketing site as “hollow”, saying that its rugby ticket business “is now bigger and better than ever”.

A supreme court ruling yesterday gave a verdict requiring Viagogo to disclose to the RFU names of users who had used the site to make profit on ticket resales for England rugby games.

The ruling sparked interest from other entertainment industries involved in ticketed live events such as the music industry ...

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