Black Ticket Cinema is proud to announce the release of the BTC app,
Black Ticket Cinema is proud to announce the release of the BTC app, in association with
Hangover tech Pvt ltd. Not to brag, but we're pretty sure our app will be a milestone of Indian
Entertainment Apps. With the increasing reliance on mobile-based entertainment, we decided
that we should entertain people on the avenue they prefer the most. This app strikes the
delicate balance of pleasing both viewers and creators.
What's in it for Viewers?
- No-subscription model. The app is developed on a pay per view system and you need to
pay only for the content you select
- Worldwide access
- With Digital events shaping up to be an alternative for live events, the BTC app provides
access to such digital events too. Music Icons bring the concert experience into your
homes, through the BTC app.
For Filmmakers and Producers:
- BTC is the first OTT platform to have Forensic Watermarking - an Anti-piracy
technology. Every user who opts for a content will have a watermark embedded in the
content. This will not be visible on the screen, but will help us track the content if it is
- You own your content. BTC does not demand ownership of the content. You can take
down your creation whenever you want. To the Independent filmmakers reading this: We
know this point made you smile.
- You can Geo-Lock your content. That is, if your movie or series is going to be theatrically
released in India, and you are yet to distribute it in other parts of the world, you can
make the content inaccessible to India, but the rest of the world can view it.
- Transparent reports. When you release your creation on BTC, you'll be given a login.
With this set of credentials, you can view how many people have watched your content,
who has watched it, from where they started watching, where they skipped, and so on.
- Revenue via Advertisements. You get a share of revenue from the advertisements that
are played in the content duration.
- The Producers' Council gets their due share too. 2% from the producer's gains and 2%
from BTC's gains shall go to the Producers' Council.
So, the question is not 'Why BTC?'; the question is 'Why Not BTC?'