Terms of Use for Event Organizers

KKTIX is the service provided by WALKING INTERNET ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED (the Company) under this Terms of Use (the Terms). As an event organizer, whether you represent an organization or an individual, you should comply with the Terms of Use for Event Organizers, in addition to KKTIX Terms of Service. When you use KKTIX, you agree that you have read, understood, and consented to all the content stated in KKTIX Terms of Service and the Terms of Use for Event Organizers, and agree that the constitute the agreement between you and the Company.

  1. Event Organizers’ Compliance Obligation and Promise

    When you use KKTIX, you should comply with applicable laws and regulations. You agree and promise not to use KKTIX for any unlawful activities or any activities that is against the public order or good moral.

    As the “advertisement” constitutes the contents of the agreement between you and the ticket purchaser, you should be responsible for the contents in your advertisement. We are not held responsible for any liability caused by your advertisement.

    In collecting, processing and using personal data, you should comply with applicable provisions of the Personal Information Protection Act, and shall be responsible for applicable civil, criminal and administrative liabilities. In case of any violation that causes damages to the Company, you should be responsible for compensating the Company’s damages, and relevant litigation costs and reasonable attorney fees.

    If the event you organized is an art-performing activity, and the tickets are sold for price, you should follow the applicable requirements of the "Mandatory and Prohibitory Provisions of the Performing Arts Tickets Standard Contract" of Order No. Culture-Art-10710128232, promulgated by the Ministry of Culture on May 16, 2016 and "Template of the Standard Contract for Performing Arts Tickets."

    If the event you organized is a visual arts exhibition or activity, and the tickets are sold for price, you should follow the applicable requirements of the "Mandatory and Prohibitory Provisions of the Visual Arts Exhibition Ticket Standard Contract" of Order No. Culture-Art-10220040191, promulgated by the Ministry of Culture on March 13, 2013 and the "Template of the Standard Contract for Visual Arts Exhibition Tickets."

    When you use KKTIX to organize a ticketing event, the Company is the assistant in the performance of your obligation. You should be solely responsible for all the contractual and damages compensation liabilities. In the event of ticket exchange, refund, or consumer disputes, the Company shall not be held for any responsibility unless otherwise agreed between you and the Company in writing.

    Where the main content of the event changes during or before the event starts, you promise to inform us immediately, and inform the consumers in appropriate way and make a public announcement in an obvious manner. You should also explain the reason of the change.

  2. Other agreements between the Parties

    We reserve the right to approve whether to sell the tickets of your event.

    The Company shall be allowed to use the works, music, images, files, and any other materials you provide for your events for promotional and marketing purpose. You should obtain necessary authorization to use such materials, and warrant that the Company will not be pursued for any liability for using such materials.

    It is required that you should inform us your consumer dispute resolution mechanism, process or relevant contact information in case of any consumer dispute.

    When you sell securities on KKTIX, you are responsible for paying the entertainment tax on your own.

    According to Article 4 of the Regulations Governing the Use of Uniform Invoices, entrance fee revenues of entertainment businesses may be exempted from the use or issuance of uniform invoices. You are responsible for providing the proof of purchase upon the purchasers’ request.

  3. Collecting Payments and Payment Terms

    We provide payment collecting service to the event organizers, and we will charge a fee (tax included) for such service (the “Service Fee”). The payments collected, after deducting the Service fee, will be made to the event organizers within 15 days after the event ends and the payout application is issued. Any fee for wire transfer, remittance or whatsoever charged by the bank or financial institute will be borne by the event organizer.

    In case of early termination or cancellation of your event or ticket return, the Service Fee received by the Company will not be returned. However, if the event is postponed by force majeure causes, the Parties may discuss how to deal with the Service Fee received.

    In case of failure in collecting the payment, the amount of such payment should be deducted from total amount to be made to the event organizer.

    In case of any claim asserted against the Company for damages caused by your intent or negligence, you should be responsible for compensating the losses the Company suffered from such claim.