The cable giant, Comcast, is determined to make sure that it is improving its sports-watching experience. The company has been planning to expand its business to attract people a lot more to watch sports with the help of Comcast. Thus, it has made OneTwoSee, a sports technology and Data Company in Philadelphia, a part of its family now.
OneTwoSee has played a huge role in the efforts to make Comcast an awesome place for sports fans. It not only bolsters Comcast’s efforts to build a best-in-class sports TV experience but also underscore the company’s commitment to partnering with and investing in the local start-up community in this great city. This is one sports tech start up that played a big role in the interactive sports TV upgrades for Comcast’s X1 set-top box over the past year.
Chris Reynolds, cofounder and CEO of OneTwoSee, said, ‘We are delighted to be joining the Comcast family. In the early days of OneTwoSee, Comcast showed confidence in our four person team by becoming our first commercial customer and our relationship has continued to flourish through the growth of the X1 platform and as we look to the future we see limitless opportunities to keep innovating.’
We can presume that for Comcast, the real-time stats and other sports-related perks will become that much more central in the living room going forward. OneTwoSee won’t ditch efforts on other platforms – you can still expect it to bring its technology to smartphones in the future.
For both the companies, Comcast and OneTwoSee, are looking forward to having a great collaborative work in the future in the field of sports technology innovations.