Games & Interactive

An expert team facilitating frictionless access to unique player IP; supporting the development of cross-platform products that fans love.

What we do

Single point-of-contact

Seamlessly execute group licensing programs across women’s sports, men’s sports, and every gaming platform.


Product & portfolio strategy

Identify opportunities across game types to leverage player IP in standalone titles & integrations tied to marketing events


Go-to-market & execution support

Support licensees with rollout, compliance, PA management, and authentic athlete representation


Marketing & activation

Coordinate cross-functionally to develop athlete-centric campaigns that deliver maximum ROI for partners


Market expertise

Dual licensing guidance, retired player coordination, seasonality implications, user economics (LTV & CAC improvements)



35+

Partnerships with the biggest names in gaming

$1B+

Annual partner revenue leveraging player IP

5 Platforms

Mobile, pc, console, vr, blockchain


Examples of our work


Latest news & articles

Google Pixel Expands Partnership with WNBPA, NWSLPA, and USWNTPA to Capture and Tell Stories of Women Athletes Through Pixel Player Portraits

Google Pixel and OneTeam Partners announce a trailblazing partnership with the Women’s National Basketball Players Association (WNBPA), the National Women’s Soccer League Players Association (NWSLPA), and the U.S. Women’s National

NWSL Players Association Expands Relationship With Ally, Extends Partnership through 2027

Ally will empower NWSLPA members to secure the financial future they deserve by giving them access to its financial tools and programming.

TIAA Is Empowering U.S. Women’s National Team Players To Take Charge Of Their Financial Futures

TIAA Is Empowering U.S. Women’s National Team Players To Take Charge Of Their Financial Futures

Rethinking women’s sports licensing in the athlete era

This isn’t just a call for equality; it’s a strategic investment in sustainable growth, profitability, and lasting engagement in the sports industry.