Raptors, Maple Leafs don’t sell tickets for upcoming games


The Toronto Raptors and Toronto Maple Leafs say they will play games without tickets sold for games starting Friday after Ontario announced new capacity rules during the current COVID-19 outbreak on Thursday.

“Following today’s announcement by the province that further limits venue capacity, MLSE venues, including the Scotiabank Arena for upcoming Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors games and other events, will switch to operate without any tickets sold as of Friday, December 31, except for league and team requirements. at 1,000 per game as we continue to work together in the fight against COVID-19, ”Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment said in a statement.

“These limits are expected to be in place over the next three weeks, when the province has indicated it will reassess the restrictions.” Members of the Maple Leafs and Raptors season headquarters will receive follow-up information within the next 24 hours as ticketing details are finalized. We look forward to welcoming fans back as soon as the province deems it safe to do so. ”

Although the rules allow a maximum of 1,000 people in performance venues, MLSE chooses not to sell tickets from Friday’s Raptors game against the Los Angeles Clippers and Saturday’s Maple Leafs game against the Senators. of Ottawa.

Previously, Ontario rules allowed 50% capacity at the Scotiabank Arena, which required MLSE to limit crowds to season pass holders.

These tickets are no longer valid.

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