Hundreds of thousands of applicants will discover if they have successfully secured their seats for the Commonwealth Games.
Organisers have dubbed today a, "thrilling milestone."
From this afternoon, emails and letters will be sent out to let applicants know which events they will be able to attend at the sporting extravaganza next summer.
For those who have applied for extremely high-demand sessions, where requests outstripped supply, it is a particularly nail-biting time as they wait to see it they have secured a seat through the draw process.
A total of 2.3 million people applied for tickets - more than double the one million tickets on sale.
Organisers say this means the 4500 athletes competing for gold over the 17 sports during 11 days of competition will be cheered on by crowds in packed stadia.
The draw process has been applied to ticket applications for all sessions of diving, swimming, mountain bike, track cycling, artistic gymnastics, judo, shooting and triathlon, along with individual sessions across the whole sports programme which attracted more requests than available tickets.
From mid-October, applicants will have a chance to buy more tickets in an exclusive on-sale period before the remaining tickets are released on general sale later next month.