StreamLayer, an audience engagement technology company focused on transforming the live sports viewing experience across mobile and other streaming devices, announced today it has received an investment from Las Vegas Sands, the world’s leading developer and operator of integrated resorts.
StreamLayer’s next-generation video engagement operating system (VEOS) gives rights holders – ranging from large enterprise media companies to individual teams and leagues who control their streaming rights – the ability to transform video content into highly-engaging interactive viewing experiences on their own native app platforms. With StreamLayer’s VEOS, clients can offer their users a limitless world of hyper-personalized features and viewing options, including watch parties, real-time statistics, and innovative e-commerce and sports betting opportunities, all from within the main video experience.
“StreamLayer’s mission is to change the way we watch video,” said StreamLayer CEO John Ganschow, “making it more fun and engaging for consumers, and more profitable for rights owners and their media distribution partners. At a time when the global streaming industry is seeking solutions to attract, retain and monetize their audiences in the face of spiraling content costs, the strategic investment from Sands will allow us to accelerate our development efforts and capitalize on this growing demand.”
StreamLayer is the revolutionary audience engagement platform that redefines the way viewers experience live video. The Company’s proprietary Video Engagement Operating System (VEOS) enables content programmers and broadcast rights holders to transform linear streaming video feeds into highly personalized interactive viewing experiences, seamlessly integrated into their own native app environments. StreamLayer is headquartered in Chicago, IL.