THE Argentina national team became champion in Qatar World Cup 2022 and the fervor of seeing each other on the pitch for the first time Lionel Messi and the company that wears the third star on the shirt is felt everywhere. The friendly match against a Panamanian B team will begin on Thursday 23rd at 20:30 but it has been playing for some time now, with the company appointed to sell the tickets as the protagonist.
It is estimated that more than 2 million people will be in front of their computer or mobile phone trying to grab one of the “between 40 and 50 thousand tickets” that will be put on sale virtually through the site. sportick. If we take into account that each of them will be able to buy up to 6 tickets, the chances of getting a ticket are slim.
how he learned clarionthe number of establishments that will be marketed via the web represents just half of the 83,000 that the More monumentalthe renovated River Plate stadium, in the Núñez neighborhood, which on Thursday 23rd will be a festival of clothes and street vendors before, during and after the match.
The other half of the available tickets will not be accessible to the public but rather represent protocols with sponsors, commitments to relatives of players and officials, and “internal sale”as defined by sources linked to the AFA.
The aforementioned Deportick is the company that debuts as a platform for the sale of tickets for the Football Team, despite having already worked with the AFA in the Futsal Final and now with the exhibition of the world champions to be held in La Rural for starting in April. According to the Official Gazette of November 9, 2021, the domain of that Internet company and its variants has been assigned to Marcela Viviana Faronisister of Javier Faroniboth linked to theater production for many years but also with one foot in politics.
“Coqui”, as they call her, is a provincial deputy of the Frente de Todos in the Buenos Aires legislature and represents the militancy of the Front renovation Found by Sergio Massa dealing with Kirchnerism. Javier, for his part, ended up leaning towards Massa-sponsored politics and flirted with a candidacy for mayor of his city, Mar del Plata, in the 2015 elections, when he ended up sweeping out a Macrista representative.
Furthermore, the current economy minister was the one who appointed him to the board of directors of Aerolíneas Argentinas, the state-owned company controlled by La Cámpora, in December 2019, just days after he was sworn in as president of the Chamber of Deputies. The theatrical producer held this position until the end of 2021, when he returned to private practice.
Faroni’s exit from the state came months after he changed the name of his company Mas Teatro 123 SA, mainly dedicated to the production of artistic performances, to Mastea 123 SA, and added items related to the technology sector such as the start-up, management, administration, management and maintenance of websites, web pages, portals, online purchases and electronic commerce.
Thus was born Deportick, which in the terms and conditions of the ticket sales platform indicates that Mastea 123 SA is the company responsible for marketing. The director of the company, according to the company records he had access to clarionit is Faroni himself.
The alternate director is Julieta De Salvo, 25, Faroni’s niece and daughter of Marcela Faroni, provincial deputy of the Frente Renovador who owns the Deportick web domain.
De Salvo also appears as an employee of the Chamber of Deputies of the Nation, which Sergio Massa led up to take over the Economy, and previously worked for a few months in 2020 in the Buenos Aires Legislature.
The proximity of the emotional bond between Massa and the Faronis is as well known in the world of politics and entertainment as is the minister’s football team. As he works to steer the country’s economic rudder, he keeps an eye on the day-to-day’s Tigerthe club of his loves, and is aware of the news around the AFA Paul Tovigginoa man of his trust and with a lot of weight in the institution he presides over Claudio Chiqui Tapia.
The controversy over prices, with the “popular” at 12,000 pesos, triple what they cost up to a year ago (when they were sold through the portal Automatic entry), announces what will be a million dollar deal. A collection of 1,300 million pesos is expected just for the official sale, of which Deportick would keep 15% (about 200 million pesos). Hard cash injected by fans across the country so that, within minutes or seconds, the “sold out” sign appears.
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