BoxCast is committed to being the best live video streaming company in the world. We want to do everything in our power to ensure you’re having the best viewing experience. On the rare occasion that something does happen to interfere with your broadcast, we can issue refunds under the following scenarios:

  • The broadcast is postponed or canceled prior to completion.

  • The broadcasting organization experiences verified network/production issues on their end (e.g. they are offline for an extended period or the camera is completely inoperable).*

  • There is a verified issue with BoxCast technology (e.g servers are down for an extended period).**

  • The BoxCast software encounters a bug that significantly degrades your viewing experience.

If you are experiencing issues viewing the broadcast, we recommend running through these troubleshooting steps, and contacting the company that is producing your broadcast first. If there is an issue on our end, please make sure we are contacted during the broadcast in an attempt to remedy the issue. If we are not notified during the broadcast, then we are unable to issue a refund.

If you need to contact BoxCast, please email Questions@boxcast.com with the name of the broadcast you are watching and the email you purchased the ticket with so we can process your refund.

Network or browser issues occurring on an end device, outside the control of BoxCast, do not warrant refunds. This includes the inability to watch a broadcast from a TV.

  • For best results across all brands of TV, we recommend connecting a computer directly to the TV using an HDMI cable. Alternatively, you can connect a computer, tablet, or smartphone over Wi-Fi using a Chromecast or using Apple Airplay. Please note: when streaming over Wi-Fi the quality of the video will be dependent on your device and Wi-Fi connection. Overall, we cannot guarantee that a live stream will work on any brand of Smart TV's built-in browser since many TVs are incapable of playing video directly from any source or website.

* Production issues do NOT extend to lack of audio or audio volume.

** At least 15 minutes of broadcast time.

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