Tech Stack: K-pop, attractions and more…

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Our weekly tech round-up from the world of ticketing and associated industries…

Protecting K-pop

K-pop agency SM Entertainment has launched a new reporting website called ‘KWANGYA 119’ to help protect the rights and interests of SM artists. The platform will function as a messaging board where fans can report issues surrounding defamation, fake news, copyright infringement, illegal ticket sales and suggestions of improvement for the company. 

Florida State University opts for SIDEARM Sports partnership 

Florida State University Athletics has partnered with SIDEARM Sports, a collegiate athletics website provider, to deliver digital content through a new-look platform that will launch this summer. The website will feature advanced video capabilities and real-time data integrations to improve the digital experience for fans. SIDEARM Sports is part of the LEARFIELD portfolio. 

Smooth operation for attractions 

Connect&GO, a provider of RFID and integrated attractions management technology, has announced the launch of Konnect Mobile point-of-sale in partnership with Adyen. Utilising the company’s all-in-one management platform Konnect with Adyen’s S1F2 all-in-one Android devices, the new integration will create a unified experience for operators and a more seamless experiences at attractions.