Scout Gaming and 1xBet strike DFS deal in time for World Cup

Scout Gaming has signed an agreement with European operator 1xBet for delivery of Scout’s DFS platform.

The agreement will see 1xBet offer Scout Gaming’s platform to its customers, with full integration into the 1xBet product range expected to come in time for the start of the World Cup next month.

The deal further reinforces Scout’s ambitious growth plans, and follows on from a deal with Norwegian broadcaster NRK AS earlier this month. The firm has been charged with delivering NRK broadcast properties with a free-to-play World Cup DFS product.

Prior to this, the Swedish firm entered into a deal with Nordic Leisure, similar to that struck with 1xBet, enabling NL to offer a complete DFS solution across its subsidiaries and to all of its customers.

Scout Gaming CEO Andreas Ternström said: “1xBet is a fast-growing international gaming operator with presence in many parts of the world. The fact that they have chosen our product for their DFS offering, clearly shows that we have the market leading product. In conjunction with the launch of 1xBet, Scout Gaming will go live in several new geographic markets.”

1xBet has now become part of the global liquidity network established by Scout Gaming. The network includes, or intends to include, Betsson, Bethard, Nordic Leisure, ComeOn, Starpick, Gofantasy, Fanteam and PAF, of which the last four are live with Scout Gaming’s products.

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