Scout Gaming rolls out esports betting

B2B fantasy sports platform provider Scout Gaming has moved to expand its portfolio. confirming the launch of its esports betting offering across its network of partners.

Launching its new vertical, Stockholm-listed Scout Gaming underlines that it is committed to expanding its availability of esports content during the coming weeks, as industry incumbents navigate COVID-19 disruptions.

The esports offering will be rolled out to Scout Gaming’s full client base in the near term including the likes of Fanteam, Greece’s Stoiximan, Strendus in Mexico and Bethard in Sweden.

“We have been seeking the optimal timing to launch our Esports portfolio. Since traditional sports worldwide are in temporary lockdown, the timing becomes ideal. After some initial tests of Esports Fantasy and Esport Player performance odds, with a great result, we are excited about the launch,” explained Scout Gaming’s CEO, Andreas Ternström.

The Scout network will gain access to Fantasy Sports tournaments as well as features including Player Matchup, Player Performance Odds and the soon to be unveiled sports jackpot game.

Scout Gaming’s platform will support a wide set of esports games, including titles such as FIFA, NBA 2K, Virtual Formula 1, CS:GO, LoL, and DOTA2.

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