The guys over at OneTwoSee are really pulling for a hockey season.
The social TV companion, which has partnered with Comcast to deliver baseball stats alongside Phillies games, has a similar app for hockey games and even has American and Canadian partners on board, says cofounder Chris Reynolds. But it all depends on the lockout.
Otherwise, things are going pretty well for OneTwoSee, Reynolds says. The company’s got a number of big-name partnerships under its belt and its team is growing, too.
OneTwoSee provided companion programming for several baseball teams this past season, including World Series champs, the San Francisco Giants. It’ll also be launching a basketball app with Comcast Sports Group, Reynolds says. NBC was another big client during the summer, says Reynolds, when OneTwoSee created companion content for the Olympics.
The team, housed in Center City’s Seed Philly incubator, has also nearly doubled since the beginning of the year, with eight employees and still one more hire to make. Reynolds says the team has outgrown its space and is searching for a new headquarters.-30-
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