About Vue Video
Provider of mobile applications for short video. The company's app enables users to shoot and create videos with filters to upload to social media. On September 9th, 2020, Vue Video was acquired by Tencent.
Latest Vue Video News
Nov 4, 2020
By Andrew Dixon | Updated: 08:13, 04 November 2020 Get a digital copy of the Inverness Courier delivered straight to your mobile or tablet every week Vue cinema in Inverness will close from tomorrow night, due to coronavirus restrictions. The business has made the decision following the announcement that England will go into a second lockdown tomorrow, in a bid to halt the spread of the virus. A spokesman for the cinema said: "We have carefully followed public health advice throughout and following the government announcement over the weekend we will be temporarily closing our venues from Wednesday night, with the exception of Aberdeen and Inverness which will close on Thursday night, but weâ€™ll be back with the ultimate big screen experience as soon as possible." Having trouble getting out to pick up your weekly newspaper? Get a digital copy of the Inverness Courier delivered straight to your inbox every week and read the full newspaper on your desktop, phone or laptop.
Vue Video Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Vue Video's headquarters?
Vue Video's headquarters is located at 3 Jinglizhong Road, 17th Building, Beijing.
What is Vue Video's latest funding round?
Vue Video's latest funding round is Acquired.
Who are the investors of Vue Video?
Investors of Vue Video include Tencent, ZhenFund, Bertelsmann Asia Investments and Unity Ventures.