Oulala expands operations to Italy

Malta-based daily fantasy sports (DFS) operator and B2B provider Oulala.com has signed a partnership with international gaming platform provider Game Interaction Group Ltd.

Benjamin Carlotti, Oulala
Benjamin Carlotti, Oulala

Oulala, who has recently announced its expansion to Australasia and Indian sub-continent, has now tapped into the Italian market.

Benjamin Carlotti, Managing Director at Oulala, said: “Italy is the next logical destination to offer our DFS platform to. The passionate Italian fans are not yet accustomed to ‘fantacalcio’, as they say, but we believe that this will soon change.

“We are very pleased to be signing a binding agreement with a prominent partner, Game Interaction Group, who will not only serve as our exclusive partner in Italy, but will also help us spread our operations to other European countries.”

Game Interaction Group Ltd, which was founded in 2014, provides gaming operators with a complete and modular gaming platform which is already certified in Italy. It includes a player management platform, a sports book platform and land-based and online affiliates management system.

Francesco Arena, CEO of Game Interaction Group, said: “Daily Fantasy Sports is taking off in Europe so we’re looking forward to offering something new to our clients, besides what we already offer within our existing platform.

“We believe that Oulala is the best daily fantasy football platform on the market, offering a unique player experience, as it spices up the love that fans have for the most popular sport in the world.”

Oulala CEO Valery Bollier will be speaking on the topic of DFS operators and bookmakers working side by side at the Betting on Sports conference (September 15-16) in London.

Tickets are available now.


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