DEL MAR, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ScoreStream, Inc., the first and only crowd-sourcing platform for live local sports, announced that it will syndicate its crowd-sourced high school sports content to 600 Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants throughout the country. On Friday nights this fall, Buffalo Wild Wings will display ScoreStream’s real-time, hyper-local scores, photos and video highlights on big screens throughout each restaurant.
Starting in August, localized web widgets powered by ScoreStream will be displayed on HD screens throughout hundreds of B-Dub’s restaurants, with each location featuring a unique line-up of local high schools. Up-to-the-second scores will give way to high quality photos and full-motion video highlights captured by fans using the ScoreStream mobile app at nearby games. In addition to the display of real-time content on game nights, fans can also enjoy a national high school football highlights package sourced by ScoreStream throughout every week.
“High school sports are woven into the fabric of our communities, but for fans who can’t make it to the games, finding scores and highlights in real-time has been next to impossible, until now,” said Derrick Oien, Founder and CEO of ScoreStream. “The ScoreStream mobile app crowd-sources real-time sports content from thousands of local games each week, and this fall at B-Dubs, high school sports fans can follow their local teams and stay up to date on every touchdown, no matter where they are.”
About ScoreStream, Inc.
ScoreStream is the first and only crowd-sourcing platform for live local sports. The ScoreStream mobile app engages fans through crowd-sourced scores, photos, video and chat from over 10,000 games per week from around the world. ScoreStream is an early-stage, venture-backed start-up based in Del Mar, CA. Follow ScoreStream at www.scorestream.com, www.facebook.com/scorestream, and @scorestream on Twitter.