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O'Brien would not say what percentage of game-goers are registered, but it is only a fraction of all ticket holders.Nationwide, Clear says it has 1 million registered users between stadiums and airports.“In addition to expanding the network of venues where Clear is available, we are also working on applications for biometrics that extend beyond security to other uses inside the venue that will continue to transform the game day experience."To boost attendance at games — and in some places, blunt declines in ticket sales — sports franchises have been trying to eliminate issues that fans complain about, such as waiting in long lines to get to their seats.The Detroit Lions, for instance, begin offering Flash Seats, which eliminates paper tickets.
Also see Warm Lines on the DMHAS website (opens in a new browser window).To get into Ford Field, fans could flash — or swipe — their mobile apps, credit cards or driver's licenses over a scanner.The biometric readers at Comerica take the technology to another level.“As we continue to identify opportunities to enhance the game-day experience, Clear provides us with an enhancement whereas patrons can enter Comerica Park in a quicker and convenient manner, without compromising their safety and security,” Mike Healy, the Tigers' vice president of ballpark operations, said.If you’ve ever had to stand in one of those looong lines to get into Comerica Park, you might have wanted to give the gate attendant the finger. The Detroit stadium is among the first nationwide to get biometric readers.The Tigers debuted the system Monday at Gate A — the main gate across from the Fox Theatre."Once you are in the system, so to speak, you have the ability to enter different venues and perform different transactions," said Ed O'Brien, the head of sports business development at New York-based Clear, which installed the system.