US secondary ticketing tech firm Seatgeek has raised between $500k and $1 million of Series A funding, while also revamping its website. The company’s technology analyses hundreds of secondary ticketing websites, and predicts the pricing variations of tickets, helping users secure the best prices for gigs or sports events. The new site offers seating charts, as well as the option to sign up for email alerts when it’s advising to buy tickets for a specific event. The company claims 82% forecast accuracy, and says it will use the new funding to hire more staff. Source: TechCrunch

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