WinView Games offers first play along live sports experience in the palm of your hand
David B. Lockton, Founder & CEO of WinView, Inc., a Silicon Valley-based company that has invented and pioneered free mobile second-screen synchronized televised sports games for prizes in the U.S. joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest David B. Lockton discuss the following:
- What is WinView and how does it work?
- How did you secure the patents for WinView’s technology software? What was the process like?
- What differentiates WinView Games from existing platforms, such as FanDuel and DraftKings?
- How is the concept behind WinView Games free and legal?
- What can players expect from WinView Games in 2017?
David B. Lockton is the Founder & CEO of Winview Inc. Previous to forming WinView, Mr. Lockton founded over seven pioneering consumer companies, three of which launched new billion dollar market segments. Moreover, Mr. Lockton founded the only three companies – Data Broadcasting (now IDC), Interactive Network, Inc., and AirPlay, Inc. – that created technical platforms to deliver synchronized, real-time two-screen information and entertainment services to consumers. Through these enterprises, Mr. Lockton became the pioneer of push technology and the second-screen segment of the interactive television industry.
WinView, Inc. is a Silicon Valley-based company that is invented and pioneered free mobile second-screen synchronized televised sports games for prizes in the U.S. Through its WinView Games app, the ultimate live football play-by-play sports prediction game, the Company plans to leverage its extensive experience in pioneering real-time interactive television games played on the mobile second screen, its foundational patents and unique business model. The WinView app is an end-to-end two-screen TV synchronization platform for both television programming and commercials. The WinView Games app uniquely enhances TV viewing enjoyment and rewards sports fans with cash prizes as they answer in-game questions while competing with friends in real-time during live televised sports events. These free games of skill are legal in every state.