StubHub is an online platform that allows users to buy and sell tickets for soccer games and music concerts.
The StubHub is headquartered in San Francisco, California. StubHub’s revenue per employee is $1.1 million, and the total amount of funds raised is $2.7 million. StubHub’s main competitor is SeatGeek, headed by Jack Groetzinger, who is their co-founder and CEO. StubHub has 1,302 followers.
StubHub’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Stubhub top competitors include: SeatGeek, Ticketmaster, TickPick, Tickets.com, TicketsNow, Razorgator, Rukkus, Vivid Seats, TicketNetwork, TixFi, Eventbrite, Ace Ticket, Ticket Liquidator, Ticket Galaxy, Ticketfly and PrimeSport.
Together they raised over 1.0B between their estimated 10.6K employees. StubHub’s revenue ranks 3rd among its top 10 competitors. The average is 306.6 million best competitors. StubHub has 1,102 employees and is ranked 2nd among its top 10 competitors. The average number of the top 10 competitors is 689 people.
- Website: stubhub.com
- Social Media Links: LinkedIn Twitter Facebook
- Founded: 2000
- Est. Annual Revenue: $1.2B
- Est. Employees: 1,102
- Headquarters: 199 Fremont Street Floor 4 San Francisco, California 94105
SeatGeek is the main competitor of StubHub. SeatGeek was founded in 2009, and its headquarters are located in New York. Like StubHub, SeatGeek also works in application software. SeatGeek employs 602 fewer people than StubHub.
Ticketmaster is considered one of the main competitors of StubHub. Ticketmaster was founded in Beverly Hills, California, in 1976. Like StubHub, Ticketmaster also works in the field of application software. Compared to StubHub, Ticketmaster brings $800M more profit.
TickPick is the rival of StubHub № 3. TickPick is headquartered in New York, NY, and was founded in 2011. Like StubHub, TickPick also works in the Application Software sector. TickPick generates 9.80% of StubHub revenue.