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Is Denver going to complete 2 or more first downs this drive? Will Cam Newton throw a TD for more than 15 yards in the 1st quarter?

If you think you know what’s going to happen before the play unfolds, it’s time to get in the game!

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About WinView, Inc.

WinView, Inc. is a Silicon Valley-based company that is focused on free mobile two-screen synchronized televised sports games for prizes in the U.S. WinView is the pioneer of synchronized two-screen TV and creators of live television sports play-along experience WinView Games. 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 free WinView Games app uniquely enhances TV viewing enjoyment and rewards sports fans with prizes as they answer in-game questions while competing with friends in real-time during live televised sports. These free games of skill are legal in every state.

WinView’s portfolio of 26 foundational patents covers the synchronization of the second-screen with TV broadcasts and commercials and the optimum methods of monetizing sports-based games of skill, among other types of programming content. The WinView platform and its foundational patents permit it to provide sponsors and advertisers with exclusive access to all the two-screen game participants through sponsorship of the game, in-game videos and incentivized interactive commercials in sports telecasts. The Company plans to expand its service in partnership with the TV and cellular industries, leveraging its intellectual property to establish a two-screen synchronization standard across the entire TV broadcast and cellular networks, which are industries that rely upon standards to function efficiently at scale.