Daimani, the Switzerland-based provider of sporting hospitality packages, has been named the official international hospitality agent for the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France.

Daimani, through its Paris office, will be in charge of selling ticket packages for the inclusive hospitality programme for the showpiece men's rugby union competition.

The hospitality agent will be offering packages across four different price categories, with one-off tickets for specific fixtures also available. Skyboxes can be purchased on request. 

Daimani is offering packages for games across all of the 10 French host cites.

The hospitality provider will work with tournament organisers to “create a network of official sales agents in key territories who will be authorised to sell hospitality packages within their appointed markets".

Alan Gilpin, World Rugby’s chief executive, said: “We know international fans and companies are in safe hands with the appointment of Daimani’s digital-sales solution for the tournament’s international official hospitality programme.”

Andreas Truttenbach, chairman of Daimani, added: “We are grateful for the trust that has been placed in us by World Rugby and the France 2023 organising committee to deliver a world-class, 21st century-selling solution for this global festival of rugby.”

The 24-team 2023 Rugby World Cup starts on 8 September, and culminates with the final in Paris on 28 October.

STH Japan was the official hospitality provider for the 2019 tournament, held in the Asian country.

Late last month, Japanese beverage company Asahi was unveiled as a new top-tier worldwide partner of the 2023 tournament, joining long-time sponsors Mastercard, the international credit card giant, and Société Générale, the France-based international bank.

The sponsorship deal with Asahi was brokered on behalf of World Rugby by IMG, the international sports and entertainment agency, which extended its contract with the federation in 2019 to secure worldwide partners for France 2023.