“As the FIFA World Cup continues in July, Visa will continue to help everyone, everywhere, be a part of the FIFA World Cup in Brazil,” said Fort.
Visa has worked with partner organizations and service providers in Brazil to implement and manage the entire payment system infrastructure throughout all 12 FIFA World Cup venues, including deployment of more than 3,000 Visa contactless-enabled point-of-sale terminals and 75 ATMs.
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Visa cardholder spend data cited is based upon VisaVue Travel data. Visa introduced the VisaVue Travel tourism reporting product to U.S. tourism organizations in 2008 and has continued to provide reports to the industry on a variety of popular tourist destinations every year. For more information on VisaVue Travel and Visa's products focused on the tourism industry, please contact the VisaVue Product Office at
Data included in the “Everywhere Travel Report: FIFA World Cup Brazil” includes spending on Visa-branded payment cards by international visitors from key source countries during the calendar year 2014 (June 12 – 26, 2014).