Computicket has long dominated the sale of tickets for events. There are Computicket outlets at most Shoprite stores, where consumers who have not booked online can buy tickets. But now, through a multiple partnership, Computicket could have competition on its hands. Computicket has long dominated the sale of tickets for events. There are Computicket outlets at most Shoprite stores, where consumers who have not booked online can buy tickets. But now, through a multiple partnership, Computicket could have competition on its hands.eQtickets has been around for seven years but has not made a dent in the events tickets market. It now plans to take on Computicket by teaming up with the Spar Group and IT company ConvergeNet. "It's still early days but contracts are in place, including for the upcoming African Cup of Nations soccer tournament next year," says Wayne Hook, CEO of the Spar Group.At the head of the eQtickets rollout is Spar marketing executive Mike Prentice. "eQtickets approac...

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