Our weekly tech round-up from the world of ticketing and associated industries…
Introducing the Metaverz
Triller, an AI-powered creator platform, has revealed its latest venture the Metaverz, a virtual integrated digital, technology, media and entertainment platform.
Inside the Metaverz, which is Triller’s first approach to the metaverse, fans can attend virtual concerts featuring their favourite artists and bands, before making their way into a virtual nightclub and into a VIP room to interact with celebrities, influencers and creators.
Tabloo opts for Gantner Ticketing
Gantner Ticketing, a provider of software for museums, zoos, cultural heritage and visitor attractions, has delivered a system for a new visitor centre in Dessel, Belgium.
Gantner has provided a complete solution for Tabloo with the aim of streamlining and enhancing the attraction’s ticketing processes. The system can now help with facility bookings, point-of-sale (POS), event planning and guide planning.
Watch Kendrick Lamar live from Paris
Rapper Kendrick Lamar’s sold-out show at the Accor Arena in Paris this weekend will be live-streamed through Amazon Music and Prime Video. The concert will be live on October 22 through Prime Video, with fans able to watch the live-stream for free. Following the live-streamed concert, the performance will then be available to watch on demand.
The event will mark the 10-year anniversary of Lamar’s ‘Good Kid, m.A.A.d City’ album.
Token Events partners with Fortress Blockchain Technologies
Token Events has partnered with Fortress Blockchain Technologies to deliver a complete digital transformation of the live and virtual event space. Token Events utilises blockchain technology and behavioural science to engage fans, empower entertainers and integrate venues.
The partnership will see Token Events leverage Fortress’ Web3 infrastructure to mint NFTs (non-fungible tokens) for tickets, hold these tickets in its native application, and process US dollars and crypto payments for merchandise and ticket sales.