Scout Gaming announced that they will launch a daily fantasy sports platform soon. They signed a deal with Eurovision sport and the European Broadcasting Union that will regulate the broadcasts.
Scout Gaming will provide platform licenses to Eurovision Sports. The B2B supplier is still not named, but it’s suspected that it operates in Central Europe.
“Scout Gaming’s ambition has from the start been to partner with tier one operators and media houses, particularly those that share our appetite for innovation within the sports area,” said Scout Gaming’s chief executive, Andreas Ternstrom.
“EBU is an ideal partner – they are extremely passionate about providing and coordinating high-quality content to its member’s audience. The agreement clearly demonstrates the level of satisfaction among our current media clients.
“I’m proud to be delivering to an organization of the magnitude as EBU, we look forward to helping them and their members to develop and innovate their sports content in the coming years.”
Gaming Scout is a Sweden-based company that operates in several countries (such as Malta and Ukraine). Also, they established a working relationship with some big names like Betsson, Stoiximan and Norsk Tipping.