Toronto Raptors to Sell Over 3,000 Seats Per Regular Season Game
In compliance with Florida’s COVID-19 guidelines, the Toronto Raptors will be allowed to host fans at home games inside of Tampa’s Amalie Arena.
…And take advantage the Raptors will.
The team plans to sell 3,800 seats per regular season home game, but fewer than 3,200 for this Friday’s pre-season game against the Miami Heat. In case you are interested of going to the COVID-19 ravaged state of Florida for a Raptors game, note that there will be no floor seats available, nor will you be able to set within 30 feet of the court at any time… Or you will be sent to federal prison.
— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) December 15, 2020
I’m kidding, just don’t do it and mask up.
Anyways, seating will surely be socially distanced while fans over the age of two will all be required to wear masks. Fans will also be required to complete a health screening survey upon entering the arena. Additionally, all payments will be switched to cashless to limit and avoid the spread of the coronavirus.
So if you miss watching Pascal Siakam’s spin move live, this is for you!