Scout Gaming and Nordic Leisure in DFS agreement

Scout Gaming Group and Nordic Leisure have entered into an agreement to deliver a Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) platform.

As part of the deal Nordic Leisure are to gain full access to the Scout Gaming DFS platform, enabling them to offer a complete DFS solution across its subsidiaries and to all of its customers.

It is expected that Scout Gaming’s platform will be integrated and operational at Nordic Leisure by the close of next year.

Andreas Ternström, Scout Gaming Chief Executive Officer, said: “I’m pleased that the demand for our offering is increasing. Nordic Leisure is a competent, fast growing company with a significant share of its revenues from regulated markets, and I believe they will be a strong partner in the future.”

Scout Gaming, the B2B DFS providers, has detailed that upon the Nordic Leisure launch, its geographic reach is to set to extended in both the Latvian and Lithuanian markets.

The firm is also establishing its liquidity network, of which Nordic Leisure is set to include all of the groups brands.

The network also includes, or will include, Betsson, Bethard, Gofantasy, Fanteam and PAF of which the latter three have already launched the Scout Gaming’s DFS product.

Peter Åström, Nordic Leisure Chief Executive Officer, added: “We have strong knowledge about Daily Fantasy Sports internally and when we finally found a product that meet our quality requirements, it was an easy choice. DFS has a natural fit in our existing product offering, and we see clear synergies with our broader media- and sports activities within the Group.”

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