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- Account was disabled due to:
a) Ratings and reviews don't meet community standards
b) Consistent complaints from the Sportify community
All of your past, current, and future events will be accessible in your profile.
If an event is kid friendly, the host will list it under their amenities section.
If an event is pet friendly, the host will list it under their amenities section.
If an event is alcohol friendly, the host will list it under their amenities section.
If an event is wheelchair accessible, the host will list it under their amenities section.
If food will be provided, the host will list it under their amenities section.
There are no rules for how much you charge to book a seat at your location. We recommend staying around the $15-$20 range per seat. If you offer any amenities, such as food or drinks, you may decide to charge a little extra, but the amount you charge is completely up to you. However, keep in mind, you'll want to be sure to keep your pricing competitive with other hosts in your area.
Yes. If your setup includes TV’s in multiple rooms, you can broadcast a different sporting event in each room. You can also host multiple broadcasts throughout the day. Simply create an event listing for each broadcast. If you’re hosting multiple broadcasts at once, we recommend that you price your event to allow guests the option to view more than one broadcast.
Seating layouts and areas are controlled by the host. Depending on the host’s setup, they may have assigned seating or allow you to pick your seat on a first come first serve basis, but a place to sit should be allocated to you based on the number of seats you’ve purchased.
Go to your profile and locate your reservation. Have your assigned QR code ready to be scanned upon arrival. Once your host scans your reservation, you are checked in.
* Hosts can see the profile of every guest who purchased a seat.
Choose a streaming service that offers Live TV or contact your local cable provider and get a residential cable package that includes your desired sports channel lineup.
Most cable providers offer their version of a Game TV package, which includes various sports lineups. Contact your local cable provider for information.
No, all you need is a residential package. Cable and streaming networks do not offer business packages to residential hosts.
No. Residential hosts are only required to pay the residential rate for an event. Residential hosts are not bound by commercial licensing requirements. Pricing is based off of your provider.
As of the date of this post, residential hosts do not require a music license.
No. You cannot use a residential cable package to broadcast sporting events. It doesn't matter whether you charge a cover fee or not – due to copyright laws businesses are required to purchase the proper business package.
No. The commercial exhibition of pay-per-view programming without obtaining commercial licensing rights violates federal laws and is illegal. Bars and restaurants pay a higher PPV fee to obtain those commercial licensing rights. Pricing is based off of your location’s fire code occupancy.
If promoters catch you in the act, it can cost you thousands of dollars in fees.
Yes, it’s true. Due to copyright laws, businesses must obtain a music license. This is because music played in a commercial venue (i.e. music played during half-time, ring entrance, etc.) is considered a Public Performance, which requires a license. The price is based on the FOC (Fire Occupancy Capacity). Sportify does not offer this service, but you can find out more information through PRO's such as ASCAP and BMI.
Yes. In order to cultivate a safe community of users, measures are taken to verify the identity of each user. Guests and Hosts have to provide a government issued ID. Once a user has been verified, their profile will have a Verified User badge.