Scout Gaming Group has entered into an agreement with ComeOn to deliver the company’s Daily Fantasy Sports platform.
The agreement gives ComeOn full access to Scout Gaming’s DFS platform enabling them to offer a complete Daily Fantasy Sports solution to all its customers. A free-to-play version will be integrated initially, with the target to integrate payment solutions for real money gambling at a later stage.
Scout Gaming’s platform is expected to be integrated into ComeOn’s product offering during the first half of the second quarter 2018, well in time for the upcoming World Cup tournament.
“The fact that ComeOn, a leading well-recognized and innovative player, chooses to integrate Scout Gaming’s product is a receipt that our product and DFS vertical will continue its establishment in Europe,” Scout Gaming CEO Andreas Ternström said.
Prior to today’s announcement Scout Gaming liquidity network includes or intends to include, Betsson, Bethard, Nordic Leisure, Gofantasy, Fanteam and PAF, of which the last three has launched with Scout Gaming’s DFS product.
Heidi Skogster, COO at ComeOn, added: “We strive to always be at pole position with our product offering. Scout Gaming’s DFS platform is well aligned with that ambition and will be a great complement to ComeOn’s existing sports offering.”