Posting your pics, observations and thoughts to Twitter, Instagram and Facebook just got easier at The K.
The Kansas City Royals and Major League Baseball Advanced Media have been busy during the off season adding free Wi-Fi for fans at Kauffman Stadium, according to a release.
Nearly 600 access points have been placed throughout the stadium, giving fans access to the Internet once they are inside.
Free Wi-Fi initially was available at the stadium at the end of last year’s season and throughout the postseason.
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More than 16,000 devices were connected at its peak during the playoffs.
To access the Wi-Fi, connect to “RoyalsWi-Fi” on your wireless device once you’re inside the stadium.
The Royals and MLB will use the connection for MLB.com’s At Bat and Ballpark apps, social media, seat upgrades and digital ticketing.
For those needing a quick charge for the electronic devices, Sprint once again will sponsor charging stations.
There will be nine stations located at:
▪ Outfield Plaza behind Rivals
▪ Main Concourse Third Base
▪ Third Base Dugout Concourse
▪ First Base Dugout Concourse
▪ Main Concourse Boulevard Pub
▪ BATS Crown Club inside entry wall on third base side
▪ Kia Diamond Club third base side wall
▪ Outside Signature Suite first base side
▪ Corner of Captain Morgan Bar
Last year, the Royals partnered with Alexander Open Systems to offer the AOS Technology HotSpot, which serves as the technology and social media headquarters at the stadium.
The center, located behind the KIA Diamond Club on the first base side, allows fans to follow social media posts about the Royals as well as charge their devices.
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