Game day sold out? Gametime is your last-minute sports tickets app, no printing req'd
When Brad Griffith was frantically looking for baseball game tickets at the last possible moment online, then had to enter a dive bar to print them out, he thought "There must be a better way..."
And that is, kids, how the Gametime app was born. The Android and iOS application (there is an Apple Watch version, too) just scored another rich round of funding, to the tune of $18 million, indicating that investors have recognized the potential.
Gametime is basically a marketplace that connects sellers and buyers of last-minute tickets for sports events. Not only does it hook you up with unsold tix, or people that can't attend for some reason, but is actually matching you up with the cheapest offering - something that will undoubtedly annoy scalpers, and be a godsend for everyone who has ever paid double or triple the price for a sports game attendance.
The beauty of Gametime is that it is all done via the app, and the tickets are electronic, so no pesky last-minute rush for an physical printer is involved. Take it for a spin from the source links below, if you are a member of the "fankind" tribe, as the app puts it.