The Professional Fighters League (PFL), the fastest growing and most innovative sports league in the world, today announced that tickets for the second half of its 2023 Regular Season at OTE Arena at Atlantic Station in Atlanta will be available this Friday, March 24, with a special pre-sale on Thursday, March 23, viahttps://tickets.pflmma.com/. All the action will air live on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN+.
The final three events of the Regular Season return to Atlanta on June 8, June 16, and June 23 as fighters across the league’s six weight divisions, including Brendan Loughnane, Shane Burgos, Larissa Pacheco, Oliver Aubin-Mercier, Bruno Cappelozza, and many more look to punch their tickets to the 2023 PFL Playoffs.
“The PFL is excited to return to Overtime Elite Arena in Atlanta, the home of the second half of the PFL’s Regular Season,” said PFL CEO Peter Murray. “The Professional Fighters League’s season format gives fans the best live experience in all of sports as our incredible athletes look to secure a place in the 2023 PFL Playoffs and move a step closer to a world championship and $1 million prize. After selling out OTE and rocking the city with a full house last season, we can’t wait to come back.”
Tickets will be available exclusively online via pre-sale on Thursday morning for PFL newsletter subscribers. Tickets for the general public will then go on-sale on Friday ahead of this summer’s three electric events in Atlanta.
PFL is the #1 fastest growing company in MMA and the #2 MMA company on a worldwide basis. PFL is the only company in MMA with the sports-season format, where individual fighters compete in sports-season “win and advance” meritocracy like all other major sports. The PFL fighter roster is global and world-class, with fighters from over 20 countries and 25% independently ranked in the top 25. PFL leads in technology and innovation, with its proprietary PFL SmartCage powering real-time betting and next-gen viewing experience. PFL is aired primetime live in the U.S. on ESPN and ESPN+ and in 140 countries via 25 leading broadcast and streaming partners.