Indiana Fever Celebrating Caitlin Clark’s Home Debut With Special Souvenir Ticket

Indiana Fever fans attending Caitlin Clark’s first regular season WNBA home game Thursday against the New York Liberty will be able to receive a special souvenir ticket to commemorate the occasion.

Each souvenir ticket will feature a Spokenote code that fans can scan to upload a digital photo, creating a one-of-a-kind keepsake that captures their personal experience at Gainbridge Fieldhouse, the home of the Fever and Indiana Pacers. Fans will also be able to receive this souvenir ticket for Friday’s Game 6 Eastern Conference Finals matchup between the Pacers and New York Knicks.

“This is an incredibly exciting time to be a Pacers and Fever fan, and by leveraging Spokenote’s technology, fans can memorialize these unforgettable moments with a personalized memento as unique as their Gainbridge Fieldhouse experience,” says Todd Taylor, president and chief commercial officer for Pacers Sports and Entertainment.

The official souvenir ticket is available for sale at retail and will only be distributed to fans for the upcoming Fever and Pacers games.

Clark made her WNBA regular season debut Tuesday against the Connecticut Sun, where 2.1 million people tuned in to watch the rookie sensation play. The Sun even sold out its home opener for the first time since its inaugural game in 2003.  It was also the most-watched WNBA game since 2001. More people watched Clark’s first game than the two NHL playoff games the same night.

Clark finished with 20 points and 10 turnovers in the Fever’s loss against the Sun.

Clark has been a ratings magnet this year. Nearly 19 million viewers watched her last collegiate basketball game when Clark’s Iowa Hawkeyes lost to the South Carolina Gamecocks in the national championship game in April.

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