Scout Gaming announces new deal with eFanGage

By Gambling Insider

Scout Gaming and eFanGage have signed a partnership that will deliver an in-venue sports engagement platform to the US.

Scout Gaming allows users access to socialised fantasy sports and sportsbook products and entry to certain contests and tournaments. Users can gain rewards in the virtual branded currency which can be exchanged for perks, discounts and other items.

The Las Vegas-based company, eFanGage, will use Scout’s technology to enhance its offering, by allowing retail venues to boost customer socialisation, engagement, retention and rewards.

Thanks to this agreement, Scout Gaming will have its free to play (F2P) social sportsbook and fantasy sports solution delivered across bars, restaurants and stadiums in the US using eFanGage’s venue-based customer engagement platform.

Andreas Ternström, Scout Gaming CEO, commented: “I’m glad we can add another deal with our new social sportsbook. Arthur Backal is well-reputed in the hospitality sector and his ideas with eFanGage are groundbreaking.”

Arthur Backal, Co-Founder at eFanGage, added: “We are happy to reach an agreement with Scout Gaming after having selected them as a preferred supplier late last year. We will deliver innovative technology containing a flexible gaming platform to enable social engagement towards our assets, including restaurants, bars and other venues. As sports betting arises sharply across the country, we see this as a perfect bridge for us to onboard new fans and participants.”

Scout Gaming is a licensed and regulated provider of fantasy sports and sports betting, from real money fantasy sports betting to odds-based sports wagering or F2P.

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