- Accesso Technology Group has announced an extension to its existing ticketing and queuing agreements with Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, the world's largest regional theme park company, to continue providing its solutions to Six Flags' 18 parks across North America until the end of 2025.

The extension of the partnership means Six Flags will continue to utilise both the accesso LoQueueSM virtual queuing solution, sold as "THE FLASH Pass" in Six Flags parks, and the accesso Passport ticketing suite to power its ecommerce experience.

The Company says the accesso LoQueue virtual queuing solution allows guests to get more out of their visit to the park by using virtual queuing technology to minimise their ride wait time.

The accesso Passport eCommerce ticketing solution provides a secure, comprehensive and intuitive shopping experience for tickets, passes and other park offerings on the guest's desktop, tablet and mobile devices.

Under the terms of the Agreements, accesso expects to generate transactional and repeatable revenue until the end of 2025, notwithstanding Six Flags' one off termination right at the end of 2022.

Commenting, Tom Burnet, Chief Executive Officer of accesso Technology Group said:

"This extension follows over a decade of successful partnership with Six Flags and is a reflection of the quality of our solutions and their ability to drive results for our clients and improve experiences for their guests. We are thrilled to extend this important relationship through 2025, and look forward to continuing to offer Six Flags our world class ticketing and queuing technology."

Commenting, Michael Israel, Senior Vice President and CIO of Six Flags said:

"The flexibility and innovation of the Accesso solutions have been fundamental to our park operations for over a decade. We are committed to providing technology that enhances our guests' experiences and Accesso will continue to be a key partner in those efforts."

At 12:24pm: [LON:ACSO] Accesso Technology Group share price was +30p at 942.5p

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