San Diego, California, June 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --HUMBL, Inc. (OTC Markets: HMBL) today announced that it has completed its acquisition of Tickeri, Inc., a leading Latin-focused ticketing platform.
The purchase price for the acquisition was paid with a mix of debt and common stock, for a total of $20M USD.
HUMBL will be working to deliver ticketing, peer-to-peer remittances, and mobile pay services to Latin American customers, fitting seamlessly across the existing Tickeri platform and plans for mutual international expansion.
"There is an exciting convergence underway across mobile pay, ticketing, and NFTs on blockchain," said Brian Foote, CEO of HUMBL. "Tickeri has created an outstanding technology platform and loyal audience with whom we are excited to grow together as brands."
Tickeri has seen great enthusiasm for live events in 2021, with growth in recent months already surpassing pre-covid numbers. "The momentum and bounce back we've seen recently have been impressive, and we're super excited to continue expanding the Latin music market in the United States and abroad," said Juan Luis Gonzalez, CEO of Tickeri.
Tickeri joining the HUMBL family provides an opportunity to combine the transactional technology of ticketing with HUMBL's thesis of using blockchain to bring value to individuals, creators, and merchants across the globe.
Tickeri will continue to operate in its existing brand and service corridors while partnering with HUMBL Ticketing on broader expansion plans across primary and secondary ticketing markets.
Tickeri is a ticketing and SaaS platform that features Latin events and artists within the United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean corridor.
Tickeri is one of the only event ticketing companies to focus on the Latin market, offering advanced features such as real time reporting, analytics, box office tools, and a marketing platform with over 5,000 locations and operators.
Company Website: https://www.tickeri.com
HUMBL was created to help simplify and package new technologies like blockchain, for global consumers in mobile payments, ticketing and NFTs.
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