This weekend, there will be a UFC 290 pay-per-view event at T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada, United States. The main event features a featherweight fight between Alexander Volkanovski and Yair Rodriguez. The promoters are hoping for more pay-per-view buys than UFC 289 and UFC 288. The ppv buys and gateway income for UFC 290 have been reported.
|Venue||T-Mobile Arena, Paradise, Nevada, United States|
|Seating Capacity||20k People|
|Estimated Capacity on Fight Day||18k People based on the fight card|
|Estimated Earnings from tickets||$7.5m|
|Officially Reported Seating Capacity||19k People|
|Revenue Generated from Tickets||$9.7m (official numbers)|
The UFC 290 venue has a seating capacity of 20k individuals at one time. On fight day, the estimated number of supporters who can attend the fight is 18,000. Since the event, official data have been released, and according to details, 19k people attended the event, and UFC earned $9.7 million from ticket sales.
|PPV Card||UFC 290|
|UFC 290 PPV Buys (Estimated)||800k sales on fight day|
|UFC 290 Estimated Revenue from PPV Buys||$33m | based on the fight card|
|UFC 290 Official PPV Buys (Report)||Not reported yet|
|UFC 290 Official Revenue Reported||Not reported yet|
According to projections, UFC 290 PPV buys will reach 850k. Previously, Alexander Volkanovski’s bout with Islam Makhachev drew nearly 1 million ppv buys. The promoters predict that the bout program will generate more than 700,000 pay-per-view purchases on July 8, 2023. Official data for PPV purchases and income have not yet been released; however, as the pay-per-view numbers are released, details will be posted here.