After the outbreak of the pandemic since March, many things have been affected. The economy has been slipped down and many sectors have been affected including the entertainment sector. Disney World, the Universal had to the cut salary of the employees. Similarly, the UCF will also bear a loss due to this pandemic. With fewer fans at games this year, the college said it will lose an extended $10-14 million.
The arena will be at a 25% limit, this implies around 11,000 fans will be permitted at games this year.
Here is the list of home games:
Oct. 3 versus Tulsa
Oct. 24 versus Tulane
Nov. 14 versus Temple
Nov. 21 versus Cincinnati
School authorities said tickets will be sold and conveyed on a single-game basis reason for the games.
The university said around 3,000 seats will be for UCF understudies.
Students will get the tickets through a lottery cycle. Fans will be needed to wear covers consistently.
The school noted there is likewise an extended $2 million misfortune as a result of extra COVID-19 costs. The school set up a fundraising campaign to meet the losses from this season.
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