PSL Ticketing Website Down In Cyberattack

With the highly anticipated season nine of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) just around the corner, organizers and fans have been left in disarray following a cyberattack on PSL ticketing website, disrupting preparations for the upcoming tournament. Although the latest update indicates that the ticketing website problem has been fixed, many users are still unable to access the website.

Following the security incident, the authorities took to social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter, to announce the cyberattack on PSL ticketing website.

There has been a cyberattack on the #HBLPSL9 ticketing website. Technical team of the ticketing partners are addressing the issue with efficiency. We anticipate a swift resolution and expect the website of the service provider to be operational again shortly,” read the tweet.

Source: Twitter

Cyberattack on PSL Ticketing Website

Despite the latest update from authorities stating that the cyberattack on the PSL website has been resolved and fans can now pre-book tickets, users are still encountering an error message when attempting to access the website.

The official website of the Pakistan Super League remains inaccessible, compounding the frustration of fans eager to secure their tickets for the upcoming matches.

The impact of this malicious cyberattack on PSL Ticketing Website extends beyond mere inconvenience, with fans expressing their concerns and disappointment on social media platforms.

One user tweeted, “Thank you for the update. It’s reassuring to hear that the technical team is swiftly addressing the cyberattack on the #HBLPSL9 ticketing website. We hope for a quick resolution and the website’s operational status to be restored soon.”

Source: Twitter

Another fan expressed optimism, tweeting, “May issue resolved soon Insha’Allah I will buy tickets… I can’t wait to see and enjoy the PSL live 🙂.”

Source: Twitter

However, amidst the optimism, there were also reports of users encountering difficulties with the ticketing process. One frustrated fan tweeted, “I have been trying to get a ticket for at least 3 hours but not getting OTP. Kindly resolve this issue……..”

Source: Twitter

Pakistan Super League: Season 9

The cyberattack on PSL ticketing website comes at a crucial juncture, with the ninth season of the premier T20 competition in Pakistan scheduled to commence on February 17. The opening match will feature a showdown between the defending champions Lahore Qalandars and the formidable Islamabad United at the iconic Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.

Throughout the group stage of the tournament, a total of 30 fixtures will be contested across four venues: Gaddafi Stadium (Lahore), National Bank Cricket Arena (Karachi), Multan Cricket Stadium (Multan), and Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium (Rawalpindi).

As the tournament progresses, the playoffs will be staged at the National Bank Cricket Arena in Karachi. Qualifier 1 is scheduled for March 14, followed by Eliminator 1 on March 15. The culmination of the playoffs will witness the grand finale on March 18, where the top teams will battle for supremacy.

Notably, Lahore Qalandars and Islamabad United stand as two of the most successful franchises in PSL history, each boasting two tournament victories. The competition also features formidable teams such as Peshawar Zalmi, Quetta Gladiators, Karachi Kings, and Multan Sultans, all vying for glory in what promises to be an exhilarating season of cricket.

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