Sportito introduces Chatbot in fantasy sports first

Sportito has become the first daily fantasy sports (DFS) provider to introduce a Chatbot – a computer program designed to stimulate intelligent conversations and actions over the internet – to its users.

The Sportito IT team has developed the platform with an innovative robotics system, which includes important characteristics such as allowing users to play on Sportito directly via Chatbot. It will support users by providing instant information and solutions to their problems, allowing them to receive personalised messages, news, videos and much more to enjoy a personalised 24/7 gaming experience.

Sportito, owned by ASAP Italia, was founded in 2016 and soon formed official partnership deals with Burnley, Fulham and Queens Park Rangers. Fans from these clubs can now make use of the Sportito Chatbot.

Riccardo Mittiga, CEO of Sportito, said: “Sportito Chatbot is an effective tool to engage with our users and millions of fans from our partner football clubs. Innovation is one of our main areas of focus when it comes to making Sportito the best daily fantasy sports provider”.

Sportito offers DFS with more profit and fun than traditional fantasy sports. Players can play and win real cash prizes every day, without waiting a whole season to finish. The team behind Sportito includes IT specialists like Paolo Farinella and Alexei Goloubtchikov – who have previously worked with top companies like Amazon and eBay. The firm’s stated first aim is to make it easier for the user and to offer the ultimate DFS experience.

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