The online sale of tickets for the much awaited India-Pakistan clash in the World T20 in Dharamsala on March 19 has received an overwhelming 138101 registrations in just two days, claimed HPCA on Saturday.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had announced the sale of tickets through a unique lottery system for highly sought after matches, including India versus Pakistan.
In just two days, a whopping 138101 registrations have been received for the clash between the arch-rivals, according to a statement issued by Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA).
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Out of the total registrations over the span of two days, 115681 were registered on day one itself.
With intent to ensure a fair opportunity and equal distribution of tickets amongst all cricket enthusiasts, the fans were required to register.
An online registration form indicating their preferred match would enroll them automatically into a draw.
Winners would be chosen randomly and will receive a payment link in order to complete their booking.
The window to register has been initiated February 25 onwards, with a window of seven days only ending on March 2.
To ensure maximum people get to watch the game, not more than 2 tickets per person can be purchased for any of the India matches, or either of the semi-finals or the final.