VenueNext partners with Minnesota United FC Minnesota United today announced plans to launch a new mobile app for the 2019 season to go hand-in-hand with a shift to 100% digital ticketing for all events at the club’s new home, Allianz Field. Created by VenueNext, the app will fully integrate SeatGeek’s technology to make it the club’s official ticketing provider. The integration with SeatGeek is a first for the Silicon Valley-based mobile platform company, which has also built fan apps for the Minnesota Timberwolves and Minnesota Vikings. When the app launches in early 2019, fans will be able to access exclusive team content including videos, photo galleries, news and more, plus get maps to help with navigating the new stadium.
VenueNext partners with San Jose Sharks VenueNext, the connected venue technology platform company, has secured $15 million in Series B financing in a round led by Causeway Media Partners. VenueNext will use the new funds to expand into new verticals, including healthcare and hospitality, as well as internationally. VenueNext also announced its newest customer Sharks Sports & Entertainment, where it will power four different venue experiences for SAP Center at San Jose, the San Jose Sharks and San Jose Barracuda teams, beginning with the imminent 2016-17 Sharks Season.
VenueNext sponsors New York Racing Association VenueNext today announced an agreement with the New York Racing Association (NYRA) to implement its connected venue technology platform, starting with an initial rollout in spring 2017 at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York followed by implementation at Saratoga Race Course in the summer of 2017.