(PYMNTS.com) – Citi Field, home of the New York Mets, will give fans the option of entering the ballpark next season using facial recognition to verify their identities rather than showing a paper ticket or mobile tickets on their smartphones, according to an NFCW report on Monday (Dec. 13). Citi Field staff and vendors will also have the ability to access restricted areas, including the clubhouse and front offices, using facial authentication, the report stated. The Mets began testing contactless facial ticketing in August, allowing fans to use their biometric data in their ticket accounts and walk into Citi Field […]

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