PSL 6: Server down as soon as the ticket booking starts

PSL 6: Server down as soon as the ticket booking start

The website server went down as soon as the online ticket sales for the sixth edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL) started.

Ticket prices for league matches were announced yesterday after the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) decided to allow 20 per cent of spectators from the National Command and Operations Center to enter the stadium.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had said in a statement issued yesterday that the ticket prices for the PSL qualifier, both elements and the final would be announced later.

Tickets for the event's league matches for cricket fans can be purchased at ( However, due to server downtime, fans are having difficulty selling tickets online.

The minimum ticket price for the opening match of PSL is Rs. 2,000 and maximum Rs. 5,000.

An ID card and mobile number must be provided to purchase tickets online.

It should be noted that PSL 6 will start from February 20 at the National Stadium Karachi and the final of the event will be played on March 22 in Lahore.

On February 4, the Pakistan Cricket Board announced that the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC) had allowed spectators to enter the stadiums during the HBL Pakistan Super League 2021.

It was decided that 20% of the spectators would be allowed to enter the stadiums during the league matches

According to the decision, a total of 7,500 spectators at the National Stadium in Karachi and a total of 5,500 spectators at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore will now be able to sit in the stadium and enjoy live action.

In the meantime, the two bodies, the NCOC and the Pakistan Cricket Board, will continue to jointly monitor the situation.

After which it will be considered whether to increase the number of spectators for the three playoff matches and the final.

In this regard, the Pakistan Cricket Board had given a detailed briefing to the NCOC, in which it was clarified that the organizers of the event and the PCB.

During the matches, the spectators sitting in the stands will be required to fully comply with the government-developed Cove 19 protocols and social distance guidelines.