RateYourSeats.com Launches Fan Tracker for College Bowl Games

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Fan Tracker is an interactive seating chart from RateYourSeats.com that brings fans together during the upcoming College Football Bowl season. Research section details, ticket listings, and now fan support with the new addition from RateYourSeats.

Fan Tracker provides a unique supplement to fan research and aims to help bring people together.

RateYourSeats.com announced today that a new sharing feature, Fan Tracker, has been added to their website which will give fans the opportunity to view team support by seating location for upcoming College Football Bowl games. The RateYourSeats Fan Tracker allows current ticket holders to communicate where they are sitting and which team they are supporting. Results are plotted on an interactive seating chart which shades sections based on fan support and generates charts for breakout by team. Users can share their submissions on Twitter and Facebook to encourage other fans to purchase tickets in their seating zone or to submit their own ticket location.

Those looking to purchase seats for a College Football Bowl Game can use Fan Tracker to find sections that are most heavily supported by their fellow fans. With ticket listings, in-seat photos, and section details available upon the click of a section, this feature provides a new dimension of clarity and ease to the ticket selection process.

RateYourSeats already provides Seating Guides for each of the 35 College Football Bowl Games, beginning with the New Mexico Bowl on December 15th, and running through the BCS Championship Game on January 7th. Because Bowl Games are held at neutral sites throughout the country, Fan Tracker provides a unique supplement to fan research and aims to help bring people together.

About RateYourSeats.com
RateYourSeats.com is a ratings and reviews site for seating at sports and entertainment venues. With coverage of more than 30,000 seating sections in nearly 300 venues, RateYourSeats.com helps fans find the best seats.

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