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CLEAR biometric technology being deployed at two MLS stadiums

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Biometric identity membership platform CLEAR announced its expansion into two Major League Soccer team’s stadiums, the Los Angeles Football Club at the new Banc of California Stadium and the San Jose Earthquakes at Avaya Stadium. CLEAR’s nationwide sports expansion now covers 13 teams within MLB, the NBA and MLS.

Enrolled fans can quickly move through stadium security with the touch of a finger. The company says it is also developing biometrics-based ticketing and payments solutions for concessions and merchandise purchases.

In addition to Avaya Stadium and Banc of California Stadium, CLEAR is available in Yankee Stadium and Citi Field in New York, Coors Field in Denver, Safeco Field in Seattle, Marlins Park and AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami, AT&T Park in San Francisco, SunTrust Park in Atlanta, Oakland-Alameda Coliseum and Comerica Park in Detroit.

CLEAR is certified as a Qualified Anti-terrorism Technology by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. CLEAR’s three-step enrollment process takes less than five minutes – CLEAR digitally authenticates your driver’s license or passport, confirms your identity, and then creates your biometric account.

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