When the 2014 Olympic Games kickoff in Sochi on February 6, it will mark a number of "firsts" for Winter Olympics: the first Women's Ski Jump event, the first time American viewers will have 1000+ hours of live event coverage and the first Olympic Games for SEEiT.  

SEEiT launched a few months ago with a singular focus: to turn social conversations into consumption of content, By partnering with Twitter and NBCUniversal, SEEiT enables tweets about TV to include a special SEEiT button that appears alongside the 140 character message. 

During the Sochi Olympics, SEEiT will enable Twitter users to: 

  • Watch on TV: Tune into NBC’s primetime broadcast each evening or catch-up on highlights and replays on Xfinity On Demand.

  • Play on Device: Directly connect to live event coverage on the NBC Sports Live Extra appon iOS or Android mobile device, or through a web browser via NBCOlympics.com

  • Record: Set a DVR recording remotely. 

 Here's how to take advantage of SEEiT during the Olympics: 

  • Know your Xfinity ID and password: Watch Ryan Seacrest explain how easy it is get access to live Olympics content on your mobile devices.

  • Get the mobile app:  NBC Sports Live Extra app available in both the Apple App Store and Google Play.

  • Who to Follow: Be sure to follow @xfinity_tv and @nbcolympics on Twitter to discover the best moments of the Games that you won't want to miss.