Oulala launches in India and Australasia via Cardinal House

DFS operator Oulala is spreading its wings yet further with the announcement that it has now agreed a deal to launch in both India and Australasia. ValeryOulala#1

These will be monetized versions of Oulala and will be ready in time for the new football season.

This latest expansion is a white label agreement between OulalaGames and Cardinal House Group, the Australian registered B2B and B2C provider of online social gaming products and real money gambling platforms.

Oulala’s CEO Valery Bollier expressed his excitement towards this new venture: ”At Oulala, we are excited to offer our platform to football lovers in India, Australia and other nearby countries. This is the next logical step for us in pursuing our mission to become the leading global Daily Fantasy network for football.”

The man behind the expansion is Graham Martin, Chairman of Cardinal House Group and former member of Oulala’s board of directors. He said: ”Oulala has proven itself to be a groundbreaker in daily fantasy football in Europe, and its innovative DFS platform has great potential in other markets too.”

The Malta-based daily fantasy sports firm will shortly be announcing partnerships with well-established iGaming operators as part of the expansion of its B2B network.

Moreover, Oulala is also expected to become the first DFS operator to be licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority, under its future skill game licence.

Valery Bollier will be discussing how bookmakers can work together with DFS operators at the upcoming Betting on Sports 2016 conference (September 15-16) at London’s Grange Tower Bridge.

Early tickets are available now for a limited time.


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