Standard Liége & iDenfy partner to stamp out ticket fraud

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Standard Liége has entered into a partnership with iDenfy that aims to stamp out ticket fraud by enhancing its online registration process. 

The football club will utilise iDenfy’s full-stack KYC solutions to mitigate the risk of ticket fraud through a newly integrated online onboarding system that traces any individual using a fake profile, identifying those who are genuine whilst reducing fraud. 

The Belgian Pro League club will also use iDenfy’s KYC software to enable digital identity and streamline its registration process for additional supporters looking to join its exclusive member programme through remote registration, enabling the club to boost its online ticket and merchandise sales. 

Once the registration process is complete, supporters will attain official membership status and receive a members-only card for matchdays. The digital card can also function as a payment method for in-stadium purchases. 

Furthermore, Standard Liége will be able to track verified members if they are committing offences in the Maurice Dufrasne Stadium, in order to maintain the highest level of security. 

“With the growing sales of online tickets and the dedicated fanbase of Standard de Liège, we are honoured to provide our identity verification services and enhance the level of security in the sports and entertainment environment,” said Domantas Ciulde, CEO of iDenfy.

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