The popularity of the Indiana guard is bringing unexpected changes to the WNBA.

Caitlin Clark continues to take the WNBA by storm. Whether it’s her performance on the court or her unprecedented popularity, the Indiana Fever rookie continues to draw crowds. Fans are so eager to see Clark in action that her next rival, the Las Vegas Aces, had to change venues.

Caitlin Clark guarantees full capacity in any stadium.

The University of Iowa graduate has made an immediate impact in the WNBA on and off the court. Just halfway through the season, the Fever are 8-12 and look more than on track to surpass their 13-27 mark from 2023.

Clark’s influence is also evident off the court. The audience levels for her matches are through the roof, and every stadium she visits is guaranteed to be sold out.

For example, a month ago, the Washington Mystics had to change their usual venue, the Entertainment & Sports Arena, to host Clark and the Fever at the 20,000-seat Capital One Arena. The game was sold out regardless of the change of venue.

The Aces will change its venue

Expecting something similar, the Aces front office moved Tuesday’s game against Indiana from the Michelob ULTRA Arena, with a capacity for 12,000 fans, to the 18,000 seats-T-Mobile Arena, the New York Post reported.

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Reports from specialized sites claim that Las Vegas sold twice as many tickets for this game against the Fever as it sold for games 1 and 2 of the WNBA Finals last year.

Clark’s popularity is not only reflected in the tickets sales but also in its cost. Press reports indicate that the cheapest ticket for this match is $92 versus $12 for the most affordable ticket for the game against the Mystics at the Michelob ULTRA Arena.

However, there have been increases of up to 600% in ticket prices, and the most expensive purchase recorded so far is for four tickets in Section 15 Row G, costing $2,584 or $646 per seat.

The future is bright


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Even a seasoned veteran like Diana Taurasi had to acknowledge Caitlin Clark’s impact. After the match between the Fever and Taurasi’s Phoenix Mercury, the forward said that what the rookie has achieved in her debut year “has been nothing short of remarkable.”

“Even throughout her short WNBA career, it’s been a lot of pressure, a lot of things thrown at her and she keeps showing up and she keeps getting better every single game. So her future is super bright,” predicted the Mercury great.