StubHub Sues Golden State Warriors and Ticketmaster, Possible Monopoly

StubHub has proven over the last few years to be one of the biggest websites in the game for fans looking to unload tickets. On Sunday, StubHub filed a lawsuit against the Golden State Warriors and Ticketmaster by claiming that the two parties were creating an illegal resale market, telling season-ticket holders that they could only resell tickets through Ticketmaster.
The lawsuit states that fans who don’t resell their tickets through Ticketmaster’s exchange would have their ticket privileges revoked, according to ESPN.com. This also involved playoff tickets for this season and the season tickets for next season. This has the potential to get really ugly really fast because it would appear that Ticketmaster and the Warriors have found some sort of monopoly on the market.
StubHub has every right to be selling the tickets just as much as Ticketmaster does. However, the threats have made many fans stay with Ticketmaster so they don’t lose their tickets to the hottest team in the NBA. Fans of the Warriors should have every opportunity they can to go to a game if it is possible and not have to depend on just one source.

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