Three major Hollywood studios have decided to back an online movie ticketing app to make it easier for you to get your tickets for your next showtime. Fox, Disney and Lionsgate are showing their support for Atom Tickets in the form of $50 million. The startup is meant to make it easier specifically for groups of moviegoers to coordinate according to genre preferences and availability. The app is currently being tested in various markets and is set to launch this summer.
A $50 million investment. Are you encouraging your kids to study STEM (Science, Techology, Engineering and Math), learn to code and carve out a niche in the tech space? It is the future.
Learn more about this new app HERE.
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