International Sports Broadcasting (ISB), the host broadcaster for the Games, says it has already reached agreements in more than 106 territories, many of which are top broadcasters in Europe. A total estimated reach may be more than 500 million potential viewers in 120 countries.
Tickets will cost from Br7 to Br18 for the preliminary rounds and Br30 for the medal sessions. The boxing tournament will be held at the Uruchye sports center on 21-30 June 2019. The program will be divided into 13 ticket sessions.
A decision was taken to introduce a new all-event package GA worth Br7 for a shotgun shooting session (a dedicated standing zone in the Sporting Club) and the preliminary rounds in shooting rifle &gun (Timoshenko Shooting Center).
The test archery competition will become part of a Belarusian championship. This May athletes will be able to evaluate the infrastructure and reveal what problems have yet to be addressed before the 2nd European Games begin.
The Belarusian cultural center Krok (Visaginas, Lithuania), the Belarusian community Krynitsa (Klaipeda, Lithuania) and the cultural community association BELLARUS (Naples, Italy) will help promote the information about the event and raise international awareness about the upcoming games, including among the Belarusian diasporas abroad.
Minsk will host the 2nd European Games on 21-30 June 2019. Over 4,000 athletes will compete in 200 medal events in 15 sports. Competitions in nine sports will serve as qualifiers for the Olympic Games 2020 in Tokyo.
The event took place at Palova Arena near the Palace of Sports in Minsk on 14 January. Among the invitees were volunteers of the 2nd European Games, prominent athletes, artists and representatives of show business.