Total Ticketing is set to provide ticketing services for the Mohegan Inspire Entertainment Resort in South Korea which is expected to open later this year.
While no specific date has yet been announced for the opening, the resort is located an hour away from downtown Seoul on Yongjong Island in Incheon and spans 461,666 square metres.
It will boast a 15,000-seat arena, 1,275 five-star hotel rooms, a glass dome indoor water park, and entertainment park.
“The South Korean ticketing landscape is complex and highly competitive, so we are extremely proud to have been able to demonstrate how combining our comprehensive local knowledge with our international experience will result in a competitive edge for South Korea’s newest venue,” said Total Ticketing sales director, Martin Haigh.
“Providing South Korean venues and promoters with ticketing software that provides data collection, ancillary revenue streams and real time inventory management and reporting will be a game changer locally.”
Despite not opening yet, the resort’s arena is due to host a wide range of events including the Melon Music Awards, a solo concert for Taemin of the band SHINee, SBS Gayo Daejeon 2023, and the 2023 TVXQ! Concert.
Total Ticketing already operates globally with license holders in Canada, Cyprus, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, Mexico, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, the United Kingdom and the US.
It provides ticketing services to stadiums, arenas, water parks, national sports associations, and more.
“Our exciting and world-class entertainment programs and events will attract both domestic and international visitors to our stages, conferences, and attractions,” said Ilnam-Lee, director of IT systems and applications for the Mohegan Inspire Entertainment Resort.
“We have partnered with Total Ticketing as their software has the capacity to evolve and grow with us and provide fans an amazing experience throughout their visit.
“We are looking forward to working with them to deliver amazing experiences in live music, festivals, fun and more.”