VENUE is a next-generation streaming platform reinventing live events and movie theaters and combining convenience and access to bring these premium entertainment experiences to your home, on-demand. VENUE means convenience, access, and privacy when enjoying ticketed content you can’t find anywhere else.
Our anticipated launch is in Q4 2021.
You can do it in three simple steps! Step one: Venue starts with setting up your account through the Venue Member Portal at https://www.venue.stream and ordering your Venue streaming media player. Step two: Once you’ve received Venue, mount it on top of your television and plug in the provided cables. Step three: Power up Venue and follow the simple on-screen instructions to complete the setup and connect to the internet. Finally, you can start browsing for the latest ticketed releases!
When you use the Venue streaming app and pick something to watch, you’ll need to buy tickets for each viewer. You can purchase tickets for everyone or each viewer can buy tickets individually. If Venue detects more people in the room than tickets purchased, content will pause until the ticket count equals viewer count.
The Venue app is free and does not involve any subscriptions, so you only pay for the tickets you purchase and the one-time purchase of the Venue streaming media player.
Tickets will be priced by content owners, with the aim of being accessible to the everyday consumer. Additionally, Venue gives content creators the tools to also offer additional promos to viewers.
You can add multiple forms of payment, including any major credit and debit cards to your Venue profile to purchase tickets. Pre-paid credit or gift cards will not be accepted. After a quick two-step authorization, tickets are purchased seamlessly through the Venue app.
Venue is designed with consumer privacy as a top priority. Venue uses A.I. and machine vision to count viewers and cannot store images to memory. Viewer count is done instantly and all data is encrypted end-to-end to ensure the highest level of privacy for our users. Venue only counts the number of viewers and can’t store personal information about the viewers.
Definitely not- it’s illegal to do so. Venue will recognize recording devices and will pause content until recording is no longer detected. Our features also support industry standard DRM and watermarking requirements to ensure the security and integrity of the content on Venue. It’s not worth the trouble, so don’t risk it.
Currently no. Venue is only designed to work with TVs or displays 2016 or newer that have HDMI ports and support HDCP.
The current model and hardware are not designed for projectors. However, we plan to introduce a model in the future specifically designed for those consumers in mind.
You can resume play once your internet returns without missing a thing.
We anticipate launching in the U.S. and possibly in India simultaneously and slowly expanding globally in the coming years.
XCINEX collects user information whenever a member logs in to make a ticket purchase. Venue also verifies viewer count for each session by counting the number of people in the viewing area. Venue does not use facial recognition. On the contrary, utilizing our software, Venue only keeps a head count of viewers watching the content to ensure ticket accountability. XCINEX takes extensive measures to ensure your privacy is safe and your viewing is private.
Primarily, we use the data collected to ensure the number of viewers are equal to the number of purchased tickets throughout the content stream. We also use the data to enhance user experience on Venue by personalizing content recommendations. This information is also shared with content owners so they can make better content.