Scout Gaming reaches agreement with Interwetten

By Gambling Insider

Fantasy sports provider Scout Gaming has reached a software licence agreement with operator Interwetten.

With the agreement, Interwetten will gain access to Scout Gaming’s platform and will launch Scout’s prediction game for this year’s Euros tournament.

Integration of the platform will start immediately and Interwetten can offer its customers the Euro2020 predictor.

The predictor will operate using an engine that has been enhanced and updated by Scout Gaming.

The current deal only includes the free-to-play version of Scout’s prediction engine, however; both companies are discussing future co-operation which may involve a wider product offering from Scout Gaming.

Scout Gaming COO Joakim Renman said: "We are very pleased to welcome one of the leading brands in central Europe. Interwetten is an operator with a strong pedigree, a true veteran in the online betting sphere having been one of the pioneers to online gaming starting already back in the late 90's.

“I'm eager to start our work of developing their sports offering towards ensuring they stay ahead of the competition for many years to come.”

Head of product management, content and CRM, Mario Bilic, added: "We have sport in our DNA and Scout Gaming has emerged as an innovative B2B sports supplier with a modern product suite to anything else we've seen in the market.

“It feels amazing to have secured a partner for new and innovative sports content after having seen an ever-increasing interesting from our customers in new ways to engage with sports.”


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