Fanaments offers B2B and White Label options

Fanaments, the only multi-sport fantasy provider in Europe, has recently completed its development of B2B and white label solutions.

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Bragi Ægisson, Fanaments

At the upcoming ICE Totally Gaming convention, the Maltese firm, which also has a UK licence, is looking to engage with suitable operators and lotteries to endorse its premium product. Fanaments offers NBA basketball, MMA and PGA golf playing options, in addition to numerous football competition-based tournaments.

Fanaments CEO Bragi Ægisson said: “Next week’s ICE exhibition brings the biggest players in the game to London. This is an ideal solution for operators of all sizes to add a service, which is in demand, to their current portfolio.

He added: “The Fanaments team are excited to have productive conversations with parties who are looking for a flexible Daily Fantasy Sports product which they can tailor to their local markets by offering them a sector-leading system.”

Fanaments offering for gaming operators will be available in three different options. Firstly, the white label integrated version aimed at established operators which already have players and require only the DFS game. For operators wishing to have a full solution with a wallet, back office, bonus, referral, social and affiliate systems, there is a complete white label version.

Lastly, the white label network includes Fanaments over-seeing both the game and the technology while the operator takes care of branding and marketing aspects.

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