Did raise this point in the iFollow thread, but is there any merit in the (possibly extremely naive) idea that clubs could make as much money from streaming as physical tickets?
It’s at least fair to assume that you’re suddenly getting £10 a game from a few thousand fans who normally wouldn’t have made it on a matchday. Especially Argyle with a big exile following.
And this weekend in particular, Blackpool would have brought 500-ish fans? But presumably most of their 10,000ish following would now want to stream that game.
Catering, hospitality and retail is obviously another kettle of fish, but will be fascinating to see what the virtual ticket income is.