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150 dirhams is the price of a VIP ticket in the “Dubai International Basketball”

The director of the “New Generation” company for organizing events, Naji Al-Jabri, the partner with “Prisma” for the Department of Public Relations in organizing the 32nd edition of the Dubai International Basketball Championship, revealed that the prices of tickets for the tournament matches that will be held at the Al-Nasr Club hall from the 27th of this month until the 5th of next February. It reaches a maximum of 150 dirhams for VIP seats.

Al-Jabri told Emirates Al-Youm: “The organizing committee is working around the clock to finalize all arrangements that ensure the success of the oldest and most continuous tournament in Asia, including facilitating the movement of the public, as well as offering electronic tickets for the first time to avoid long queues at the ticket booths, and to facilitate entry.” And the exit of the masses, and the adoption of new patterns derived from the spirit of the famous American NBA matches, as well as in terms of determining the locations and prices of tickets that start from 30 dirhams and reach a maximum of 150 dirhams for VIPs.

He added, “A two-hour difference has been adopted between one match and another in the group stage, which ensures greater smoothness of the movement of the audience, as well as a smooth movement of vehicles near Al-Nasr Hall.” He said, “The tournament paid attention to the public attendance, including the adoption of a schedule of activities that includes draws and competitions between halves of matches related to basketball, such as triple throws and others, and contracting with the best DJ music distributors to enrich the sense of enthusiasm during matches and events, and areas outside the hall floor have been allocated.” For family events.

And he continued, “I thank the management of Al-Nasr Club for its cooperation and response to the requirements of the Organizing Committee, in order to ensure that we enjoy a competitive atmosphere along with allocating places for family events, children’s play areas, and others for restaurants near the hall.”

He concluded, “All arrangements related to promotional and marketing matters were also discussed, including determining the locations for installing huge electronic advertising screens on the floor of the hall, which are derived in their design and locations from the patterns adopted in the NBA matches.” The tournament will start next Friday, and the draw placed the defending champion, the Lebanese sports team, in the second group, next to its compatriot, the Beirut team, the Iraqi oil team, the Moroccan Salé, and the Tunisian African club, while the UAE team came at the head of the first group, which included next to it the Lebanese Dynamo, the Syrian unit, and the Philippine Strong Group. Libyan victory.

Naji Al-Jabri:

• “A two-hour difference has been adopted between one match and another in the group stage, which ensures greater smoothness of the audience’s movement.”

• The Dubai International Basketball Championship will be held between the 27th of this month and the 5th of February.

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